Asian Lawyer

O'Melveny Sees Wave of Departures in Singapore

Over the past nine months, the Los Angeles-based firm has lost 14 lawyers in its city-state office. Why have so many left and what does O'Melveny plan to do next?

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    Over the past nine months, the Los Angeles-based firm has lost 14 lawyers in its city-state office. Why have so many left and what does O'Melveny plan to do next?

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