One-fifth of M’sia lawyers mull ceasing practice due to COVID: survey

BY Aparna Sai |

Some 21 percent of Malaysia’s lawyers are contemplating ceasing practice or closing their law offices due to the impact of the national lockdown instituted as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Eversheds, Singapore’s Harry Elias to go their separate ways

BY Aparna Sai |

The three-year-old merger between Eversheds Sutherlands and Singapore’s Harry Elias Partnership (HEP) is officially coming to an end at the end of this month, the two firms have announced.

SG’s Collyer Law collaborates with U.S. start-up Anduin on issue-tracking software

BY Aparna Sai |

Singapore-based boutique Collyer Law, which focuses on emerging growth companies, has collaborated with U.S. technology company Anduin on an issue-tracking platform for the legal market.

COLUMN: Talent development for continued success

BY Ankur Gupta |

In 2019, Big Four professional services firm PWC published a report on how law firms were adapting to paradigm transformations in business models, utilising technology to boost productivity and…

Indonesia Enacts Limited Concession Scheme to Recycle Existing Infrastructure Assets [Brought to you by AYMP]

BY Mutiara Rengganis, Ayu Novianti |

To improve connectivity between its vast regions and support economic growth, Indonesia requires more infrastructure financing than ever.

Protecting Employers from COVID-19 – A Practical Guide [Brought to you by Jacque Law]

BY Jacqueline Chua |

With COVID-19 hitting businesses hard, what options do employers have apart from cutting jobs?

As China fast-tracks biosecurity law, some experts urge whistleblower protection

BY Reuters |

China is fast-tracking a new law to help prevent infectious diseases and other “biological threats”, but some experts said a provision aimed at deterring false information could discourage potential…

Myanmar Investment Guide Synopsis [Brought to you by DFDL]

BY William Greenlee, Nishant Choudhary |

Myanmar continues to generate intense investor interest in what remains one of the world’s largest frontier markets.