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Singapore Big Four firm Rajah & Tann has launched a sustainability practice for environmental, social and governance (ESG) compliance in the region.
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Rajah & Tann Technologies (RTTech), a unit of Singapore Big Four firm Rajah & Tann, has joined with cybersecurity service provider Resolvo Systems to establish a platform called Rajah & Tann Cybersecurity (RTCyber).
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With a most unique year winding to a close, law firm leaders in Singapore look back on some of the lessons they learnt, and also the ways they put both clients and employees in focus during a difficult time.
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Singapore Big Four firm Rajah & Tann has hired private-wealth specialist Craig Paynter as a partner from offshore law firm Bedell Cristin, where he was senior associate.
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Cavenagh Law, the Singapore formal law alliance of Magic Circle firm Clifford Chance, has appointed Paul Tan as a partner in its cross-border litigation practice from Big Four firm Rajah & Tann. He will officially start on Sept. 1.
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Rajah & Tann Asia, the legal network led by Singapore’s Rajah & Tann, has released a platform that enables clients to remotely generate and digitally sign contracts from any device in real-time.
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Rajah & Tann is representing Singapore’s Hin Leong Trading, one of Asia’s top oil traders, in its negotiations to restructure some $3.85 billion of debt it owes to 23 creditors, which are being advised by fellow Big Four firm Drew & Napier.
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Singapore Big Four law firm Drew & Napier has become the latest law firm in the city-state to establish a regional network after setting up Drew Network Asia (DNA), which also counts Malaysia’s Shearn Delamore & Co. and Indonesia’s Makarim & Taira S as members.
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The Laos office of Rajah & Tann has entered into an alliance with local conglomerate Phongsavanh Group in an effort to expand operations in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic.
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Rajah & Tann and Allen & Gledhill have advised a joint venture between Allianz Real Estate and Gaw Capital on its agreement to acquire the Duo Tower and Duo Galleria in Singapore for S$1.6 billion ($1.15 billion).