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U.S. firm Loeb & Loeb has launched a trusts and estates practice in Hong Kong after hiring partners Erik Wallace and Laurence Ho and associates Sarah Lai and Letao Tao from Stephenson Harwood.
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UK law firm Stephenson Harwood is closing its seven-year-old office in Beijing and refocus its offering in Hong Kong, following a review of its presence in Asia.
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Lau, Horton & Wise, CMS’ associate firm in Hong Kong has hired a three-member intellectual property team from Stephenson Harwood in Hong Kong led by partner Jonathan Chu.
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Manchester-headquartered law firm DWF has hired Indonesia specialist Joel Shen as a partner in Singapore from Stephenson Harwood, where he was a counsel.
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Stephenson Harwood has hired energy expert Marco Pocci as a partner in Hong Kong from Winston & Strawn.
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Corporate specialist Anthony Chan has joined Squire Patton Boggs as a partner in the firm’s Hong Kong office from Stephenson Harwood.
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Stephenson Harwood has set up a banking practice in Singapore after hiring Gregory Xu as a consultant from Clifford Chance.
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Stephenson Harwood has hired Laurence Ho as a partner in the firm’s private wealth team in Hong Kong from Withers.
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Stephenson Harwood is set to open an office in Myanmar next year, according to its CEO Sharon White. This comes shortly after the firm ended its alliance with local outfit U Tin Yu & Associates.
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UK law firms have entered the South Korean market on the back of a free trade agreement that that country signed with the European Union in 2011. But despite the uncertainty brought by Brexit, firms say they are committed for the long haul