Asian Lawyer

Pondering India Without Amarchand

If the media reports are true, the country's biggest and most prominent law firm will split in two as of April 1. So what's that mean for the Indian legal market?

Firms

  • Latin America

    Competing in a New Cuba

    By Carlyn Kolker

    As the door to Cuba cracks a little wider, some American firms are looking hard for opportunity. But foreign rivals already have a head start.

  • Emerging Markets

    Chadbourne Opens New Office in Johannesburg

    By Julie Triedman

    Chadbourne & Parke will open the South African outpost on Feb. 2, to be headed by Lido Fontana, a former project finance partner from one of the country's top corporate firms.

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Deals

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Disputes

  • Asian Lawyer, Emerging Markets

    Boies Wins Discovery Fight in Bank of China Terror Funding Case

    By Julie Triedman

    Over the objections of defense lawyers at Dorsey & Whitney and Squire Patton Boggs, Bank of China was ordered to turn over internal investigation records that could help plaintiffs tie the bank to a 2006 Palestinian terrorist attack.

  • Latin America

    Billions in U.S. Claims Against Cuba Still Outstanding

    By Michael D. Goldhaber

    Don't light up the cigars just yet. Before Cuba and the U.S. can open full economic relations, U.S. antiterror judgments and claims for nationalized property must be resolved.

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People

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