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Cash-strapped

Lawyers are feeling the pinch as clients weighed down by the pandemic push for lower legal fees.

Law firm billing rates survey 2019

Rising fees and falling margins

Falling out of favour

Boardroom drama at Tata tests corporate governance

Defying the laws of economics

Indian real estate continues to boom. Can it last?

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SPACS and traditional IPOs- an offshore perspective, 从离岸视角看SPAC交易与传统IPO, Anthony McKenzie, Carey Olsen

SPACs and traditional IPOs: an offshore perspective

By Anthony McKenzie, Carey Olsen
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Cryptocurrency regulation in Thailand

By Jason Corbett and Koraphot Jirachocksubsin, Silk Legal

Interest in cryptocurrencies and digital assets in Thailand has seen a significant surge due to the strong bull cycle in the first half of 2021

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Korea’s top 100 lawyers

Following an extensive nomination process, Asia Business Law Journal reveals the A-List of the country’s legal profession

Vaccinating your staff

Vaccinating your staff? What you need to know

The government has allowed the private sector to step in and vaccinate staff. Pharma legal expert Shantanu Mukherjee and co-author Sampreetha Kumar explain how to navigate setting up a vaccination facility for your employees

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Indonesia’s top 100 lawyers

Asia Business Law Journal presents its A-List of the top 100 lawyers practising in Indonesia

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Fighting fund

Litigation financing has found favour in developed markets, but Asian jurisdictions remain guarded. With Hong Kong and Singapore leading the way, will others follow?

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Panacea or problem?

SPACS have generated tremendous interest in India, but are these re-emerging investment tools really a practical alternative to IPOs and a panacea for reviving capital markets? And just how tightly should they be regulated?