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HFW has expanded its shipping practice in Singapore with the hire of master marine Mark Myles from Reed Smith.
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U.S. law firm Reed Smith has expanded its international arbitration practice in Singapore with the hire of a three-member team from Stephenson Harwood, including partner Timothy Cooke.
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Stephenson Harwood has welcomed back shipping expert Jason Toms as counsel in Hong Kong from Reed Smith, where he was a partner.
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HFW has grown its Singapore energy and resources practice with the addition of Dan Perera as a partner from Reed Smith.
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U.S. firm Reed Smith has expanded its Singapore office with the hire of six lawyers from Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BCLP), including partners Manoj Purushothaman and Simon Spells.
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Peter Zaman, formerly the managing partner of Reed Smith’s Singapore office, has joined HFW as a senior partner.
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Kyri Evagora has recently been appointed Reed Smith’s Asia-Pacific managing partner. Stepping into the role at a time when COVID-19 has turned the legal industry upside down, Evagora tells ALB the firm is looking ahead, while ensuring it innovates internally to meet the current challenges.
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Resource Law, Reed Smith’s formal law alliance in Singapore, has added corporate expert Johnny Lim as a director from Shook Lin & Bok, where he was a partner.
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Squire Patton Boggs has launched a global commodities and shipping group after hiring partners Barry Stimpson and Jessica Kenworthy in Singapore from Reed Smith.
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Reed Smith has hired maritime disputes lawyer Peter Glover as a partner in its Transportation Industry Group in Hong Kong from Norton Rose Fulbright.