ALB’s annual survey of the best law firms to work for in Asia is now open. The 2014 Employer of Choice survey, open to law firm employees from the paralegal...
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is just one of many channels for a new breed of Chinese whistleblowers whose information has helped lead to investigations in China of firms...
China's securities regulator on Saturday released draft prospectuses for a small group of companies planning to list, in a move that may soothe investor concerns that the country had put...
|CLOSING SOON: ALB Employer of Choice Survey 2014 (双语)ALB’s annual survey of the best law firms to work for in Asia is closing soon. The 2014 Employer of Choice survey is open to law firm employees from the paralegal level right up to managing partner. 《亚洲法律杂志》2014年度亚洲范围内最受雇员欢迎的律师事务所评选现在开始接受在线问卷调查表。 Full Article|
|5 firms star in Glencore’s $5.85 bln copper project saleA group of law firms, including Baker & McKenzie, White & Case, Dentons, Linklaters and Clifford Chance, have collaborated to facilitate the purchase of a Peruvian copper mine by a Chinese consortium from Glencore Xstrata. Full Article|
|Marubeni says Chinese authorities detain three staff at grain unitThree employees at one of Marubeni Corp's grain trading units in China have been detained by authorities, the Japanese trading house said on Thursday, a move sources told Reuters was prompted by allegations the unit evaded taxes on soy bean... Full Article|
|Mitsui 'pays China to release seized ship'Japan's Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd paid about $29 million for the release of a ship seized by China over a dispute that dates back to the 1930s war between the countries, China's Supreme Court said on Thursday. Full Article|
|Qualcomm faces China bribery allegations from U.S. regulatorLeading mobile chipmaker Qualcomm said on Wednesday it could face a civil action from U.S. authorities over alleged bribery of officials associated with state-owned companies in China. Full Article|
|NA Deals: Leju Holdings launches NYSE IPOAlso, Reed Smith advises on Harmony Link Corp’s sale of a controlling stake in Cheong Ming Investment to Maureen Holdings, Paul Hastings stars in Forterra Trust’s disposition of its Beijing property, and much more in this week’s North Asia deals... Full Article|
|China's Fast 10ALB’s Fast 10 Ranking has always showcased the admirable performances of the fastest-growing law firms in China in terms of quality and speed of service provided by them. And this year, we see firms with nationwide networks continue their dominance,... Full Article|
|Rising from the westLiu Zhen speaks to lawyers in Chengdu and Chongqing, the two centres of West China’s legal industry, about their efforts to catch up with the most advanced international management practices, converting the region’s economical potential into revenue, and the attempts... Full Article|
|Embracing failureCredit warning signs are flashing for heavily indebted Chinese semiconductor, software and commodities firms as the government cautiously steps aside to let market forces play a bigger role in deciding winners and losers. China's first-ever domestic bond default last month... Full Article|
|Stuck with the billChinese banks are stuck in a lose-lose legal battle between domestic shipyards and foreign buyers over billions of dollars in refund guarantees that are supposed to be paid out if shipbuilders fail to deliver on time, reports Pete Sweeney of... Full Article|
|Online Know-how Arrives In The Asian Legal Market 29 Mar 14 In the past decade, high quality legal know-how and information services have changed the way lawyers work in London, New York and other key western markets. With the launch of Practical Law China, the first service of its kind to...|
|ALB Top 50 Largest Law Firms 2013 01 Dec 13 ALB announces the top 50 law firms by headcount in Asia in 2013. The research also includes individual rankings tables for key jurisdictions in the region.|
|ALB Employer of Choice 2013 17 Sep 13 Thousands of law firm employees across Asia, ranging from managing partners to support staff, were surveyed for two months and asked to rate their employers on the basis of job satisfaction, remuneration, work-life balance, career prospects, mentorship, job security and...|