Singapore was at the epicenter of Asian legal career moves in September. Here is a quick summary of the major headlines:
Bryan Cave recruited Iain Sharp to its litigation group. The partner focuses on all types of commercial disputes, including international trade, energy, shipping, intellectual property, and insurance.
Olswang announced the hiring of Ian Ferguson from Pillsbury. The partner will initially office in London but will quickly move to the firm’s Singapore office. Ferguson focuses his practice on outsourcing, telecom, and technology transactions.
Offshore specialty firm Maples and Calder announced the opening of a new Singapore office with the recruitment of Tom Katsaros. He will be joined by Nick Harrold and James Burch, who move from the firm’s Hong Kong office. The office will focus on the firm’s particular expertise in Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands law.
Nathan Dodd was recruited to Mayer Brown’s Singapore energy and natural resources practice. The partner joins from Linklaters.
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