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DSK Legal welcomes 21 new partners and their teams

DSK Legal are delighted to announce that Mr. Bobby Chandhoke and Mr. Sudhir Sharma have joined DSK Legal together with 19 partners and their respective teams aggregating to 63 lawyers, after leaving L&L Partners where they had worked for several years. They bring a diverse range […]

L and L Partners advises L and T Finance Limited in connection with financial assistance made available to a subsidiary of Renew Power Private Limited

Banking & Finance team at L&L Partners Law Offices advised L&T Finance Limited (the “Lenders“) in connection with financial assistance for an aggregate principal amount of INR 595,00,00,000 (approx.) made available to a subsidiary of Renew Power Private Limited for its operational wind power project located at Babaleshwarand Batkurki districts of Karnataka.  The team […]

Law firms begin publishing about Asia’s new trade landscape

In November, 2020, 15 countries in the Asia-Pacific region – including the 10 member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) as well as China, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, and South Korea – signed the landmark Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) on the final day of the […]

LawWiser, a Knowledge Platform for Lawyers in India, forms Video Partnership with Asia Law Portal

LawWiser, a Knowledge Platform for Lawyers in India, was recently founded by Aman Abbas, a veteran marketing advisor to the legal services sector.  Asia Law Portal is now partnering with LawWiser to provide high-quality video services to lawyers. The platform is primarily video driven – and […]

Executing your law firm business development plans during the coronavirus outbreak

Like a hurricane that swept across the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed our lives. It is fair to say that most of our lives right now are different when compared to the start of 2020. Case in point: Most of you are probably reading […]

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Work life balance across Asia – and how things are changing

South Korea is well-known across Asia for its long hours and ‘workaholic’ culture. According to statistics from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, South Korean employees worked for an average of 2,024 hours in 2017 – meaning the country places third in the world rankings […]

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How can law help facilitate more efficient flow of Asia-Pacific trade? An interview with Prakash Pillai

The Singapore Academy of Law is organizing an international conference on January 21 and 22, 2016 in Singapore with a focus on the increasing homogenization of cross-border trade practices and regulatory mechanisms amid rising economic integration in Asia. As the event website outlines: “Among the business […]

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TheMalaysianLawyer.com is launched: An interview with co-founder Marcus van Geyzel

As Office Parrots blog outlined last month, two “seasoned Malaysian legal professionals with more than ten years’ experience [recently came] together to launch TheMalaysianLawyer.com.  Founded by Lee Shih, Partner with Skrine, and Marcus van Geyzel, Partner with Peter Ling & van Geyzel, who’s also founder of the widely-read Malaysian law blog LoyarBurok.com , […]