Shin & Kim has recruited four former judges into partnerships, namely Lee Won (former judge of the Seoul Northern District Court), Choi Chul Min (former judge of the Ansan Branch of the Suwon District Court), Yoon Jootag (former judge of the Seoul High Court), and Ha Tai Heon (former judge of the Seoul High Court). The new partners are expected to bring their extensive court experience and legal expertise in the litigation field to the firm.
Asia Business Law Journal reveals the top 100 lawyers practising in the country
Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs) in India have been quite mysterious in their existence, and remain regulated with a comparatively soft touch
Metro Manila marked the first anniversary of its covid-19 quarantine on 15 March. And now, the national capital region and other nearby provinces (the NCR Plus) have been placed anew under modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ)
The Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI) came out with guidelines for influencers advertising on digital media in February, which will come into effect on 15 April
The SCCA is bringing together leading lawyers from China, India, Hong Kong, Singapore, and the Philippines to shed light on the challenges faced by in-house and external counsel today through its webinar, Cross-Border Conversation
Senior general counsel of Indian companies gathered on 5 March in Gurugram to launch the General Counsels’ Association of India (GCAI)
The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Asia-Pacific will conduct its virtual annual meeting under the theme of transforming the modern law department. The 2021 Virtual ACC Xchange takes place on 16-17 June.
Twenty senior women lawyers across Asia share their personal stories of success, strategy and struggle for a more inclusive legal profession
Following an extensive nomination process, Asia Business Law Journal reveals the A-List of the country’s legal profession
While the laws in the region share similar elements, gaps remain as privacy compliance culture is relatively new and jurisdictions vary in their approaches
Intellectual property lawyers in India and the Philippines, two of the region's most affected countries, explore how compulsory licensing regulations may assist in fighting the pandemic