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K&L Gates Straits Law adds investment funds partner

K&L Gates Straits Law, the Singapore outpost of the global firm K&L Gates, recruits Jason Nelms as a partner in the AMIF practice

K&L Gates boosts finance practice in Singapore with new hires

K&L Gates has expanded its finance practice with the addition of two partners, Samuel Kolehmainen and Duc Nguyen, in Singapore

A comparison of M&A laws: Hong Kong

By Virginia Tam and Beatrice Wun, K&L Gates in Hong Kong

Taiwan investment strategies for Korean companies

By Jacqueline Fu and Lin Yoting, K&L Gates

Taiwan’s economy has been resilient through the covid-19 pandemic, ranked as the 21st-largest economy in the world by gross domestic product based on the data collected by the International Monetary Fund

ADR in the United Arab Emirates: proactive dispute management

By Guillaume Hess, Jonathan Sutcliffe and Henry Kim, K&L Gates

Failing to prepare for the eventuality of disputes can cost organisations significant time and money, with the risk that the outcome will not profit any of the parties

Technology partner Paul Haswell joins K&L Gates’ HK office

Paul Haswell, formerly the head of the regional technology practice at Seyfarth Shaw, has joined K&L Gates as a partner in its Hong Kong office

Freshfields, K&L assist Chinese investment in German firm DiaSys

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and K&L Gates assisted Mindray Netherlands’ USD126 million purchase of Gorka Holding’s 75% stake in German company DiaSys Diagnostic Systems

Finance lawyer relocates to Tokyo for K&L Gates

Finance lawyer Dominic Gregory has relocated from London, where he was a partner at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner for the past four years, to join the Tokyo office of K&L Gates as a partner

Squire acquires energy and infrastructure expert

After being a partner at K&L Gates for almost a decade, Singapore-based energy and infrastructure expert Tan Lian Yok Tan has joined Squire Patton Boggs, also as a partner

K&L Gates’ new Korea head expects more US-related work

K&L Gates rejuvenates its South Korean leadership naming Tyler Hong Shik Won as the Seoul office’s managing partner replacing Eric Yoon, who has been in the role since the opening in the country in 2012

Taiwan’s solar-powered fishery project

By Billy MC Chen and Lillian Chen, K&L Gates

Fishery solar plant projects could benefit farmers and investors, but complexities from this new initiative could drain the pond

K&L Gates helps Aigens raise USD14m in series A funding

K&L Gates advised software-as-a-service technology company Aigens on its RMB100 million (USD14 million) series A financing

K&L Gates expands debt capital markets practice in Hong Kong

K&L Gates has hired debt capital markets partner Jay Lee in Hong Kong, who joined from Simmons & Simmons

K&L Gates lures Linklaters’ Hong Kong capital markets partner

K&L Gates has hired Iris Leung as a corporate and capital markets partner in its Hong Kong office

Bouncing back

Revealed: The top international law firms for India matters

A comparison of data protection laws

Despite the varied and complex socioeconomic and political landscapes, many Asian jurisdictions are taking giant strides in strengthening personal data safeguards

A comparison of data protection laws: China

By Amigo L Xie and Susan Munro, K&L Gates

K&L Gates and Latham advise Taiwan’s Silicon Motion sale

American chipmaker MaxLinear has agreed to acquire Taiwan-based flash memory manufacturer Silicon Motion Technology Corp for USD3.8 billion

Mapping global expertise

As a wave of dealmaking showcases legal prowess around the world, India Business Law Journal reveals the top foreign law firms for India work


China Business Law Journal

Standing tall

Unlocking power of equity governance for listing companies

By Zhao Xun, Grandway Law Offices 
Healthcare data protection laws in India

Protecting patient data: Indian data protection framework

By Mathew Chacko, Aadya Misra, and Shambhavi Mishra, Spice Route Legal
Cayman Islands’ foundation companies

Why are Cayman Islands’ foundation companies popular?

By Robert Farrell, Loeb Smith Attorneys


healthtech regulatory issues korea

A comparison of healthtech regulatory issues in North Asia: Korea

By Sung-Tae Kim, Hyun Wook Kim, Youngsik Byun and Minyoung Park, Shin & Kim
Heights of spin-off success

Dizzy heights of spin-off success

By Stephen Luo and Stella Yeung, Jingtian & Gongcheng



Ensuring liquidation preference to protect investor rights

By Parag Bhide and Mitali Kshatriya, Bharucha & Partners

Literal or liberal interpretation in extending arbitration

By Sudeshna Guha Roy and Ayush Chaturvedi, Bharucha and Partners
China’s export control system

China’s export control system and tips for compliance

By Qiu Mengyun and Han Xiaoxi, AllBright Law Offices

Arbitrator still in place despite unilaterally adjusting fees

By Sneha Jaisingh and Zashank Mehta, Bharucha & Partners

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