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How can law firms hit the ground running post-pandemic and start 2021 strongly? Legal networks like Lex Mundi are here to help.
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Lex Mundi, one of the world’s leading law firm networks, has launched a global client service delivery platform called Equisphere to help in-house counsel address cross-border legal challenges.
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Carl Anduri, the president of law firm network Lex Mundi, is set to step down from his role after 19 years. He will be succeeded by Helena Samaha, who is currently the interim head of legal for media programming at telecommunications company Liberty Global.
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Lex Mundi, the world’s largest law firm network, has hired three key senior professionals as it aims to bolster member firms’ competitiveness and collaboration.
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Law firm network Lex Mundi held its 2016 Asia Pacific Regional Conference from Nov. 17-19 in Jakarta, Indonesia, hosted by local law firm Ali Budiardjo, Nugroho, Reksodiputro (ABNR).
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International law firm Dentons recently launched its 280-member Nextlaw Global Referral Network, aiming to provide an alternative to the more traditional legal networks. However, the latter don’t see any reason to get worried just yet, reports Ranajit Dam.
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Legal network Lex Mundi has named Lee & Ko as its member firm for South Korea, in place of Hwang Mok Park.
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Carl Anduri, the president of the Lex Mundi legal network, talks to Ranajit Dam about how the organisation has evolved in the last decade and a half, how it sets itself apart from the competition, and the benefits that member firms receive
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As Asian law firms find their clients’ business increasingly moving across borders, a number are looking to find partners they can trust in different jurisdictions. This is bringing into increasing focus the role played by independent law firm networks in building these bridges. Ranajit Dam finds out more