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Future legal leaders

50 up-and-coming lawyers who are making a name for themselves in the profession

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Action plan, Top inhouse counsel discuss how the pandemic has re-shaped their role, and how they are priming for the challenges that the new year will bring

Action plan

Five top in-house counsel share expectations for the new year, and reveal how they helped steady their company ships during the 2020 storm

KICA Lee Wan keun

KICA holds virtual general assembly

The Korea In-house Counsel Association (KICA) held its 2021 general assembly and new year’s meeting virtually on 20 January. The KICA president, Lee Wan-keun, told the meeting that the number of in-house counsel in Korea had reached about 4,000 in 20 years from just eight in 1999

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How to be a top lawyer

Top 10 habits of most successful lawyers in China

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Compliance challenges for foreign investment in the US

By Jeffrey L Kessler, Eva W Cole and Heather P Lamberg, Winston & Strawn
M&A tax takeaways

Tax takeaways

The 2021-22 budget was a restrained exercise that prioritised tidying up tax administration, and while the tweaks may not have grabbed headlines, they are sure to have an impact

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Trends in Japanese foreign direct investment

By Masako Takahata, Japan In-house Lawyers Association
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Roadmap for investing in Bangladesh

By ASA Bari and Shahrima Tanjin Arni, AS & Associates
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Legislation, incentives to invest in Nigeria

By Fidelis Adewole and Marian Asuenimhen, G Elias & Co
China intellectual property

China’s IP makeover

Top-down intellectual property reforms include major judicial and legislative change, solving problems that have affected enterprises for decades. But do the changes go far enough?