Firms

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Deals

  • Asian Lawyer

    King & Wood Mallesons Scores on Sale of Soccer Club to Chinese Investor

    By Frances Ivens, Legal Week

    For the second time this summer, a British football club has been sold to Chinese investors. King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) is advising on the most recent deal: the sale of West Bromwich Albion Football Club to the Chinese investment group Yunyi Guokai Sports Development.

  • Asian Lawyer

    Deal Watch: Two Firms Behind Bedding Industry Megamerger

    By Brian Baxter and Jennifer Henderson

    A look at the large law firms behind the week's most notable deals, such as the mattress maker behind Sleepy's on its sale to a South African firm; two Elon Musk-backed companies combining forces; and Uber's China exit.

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Disputes

  • Asian Lawyer

    Would the International Emergency Economic Powers Act Help Trump?

    By Thomas McCarthy and Hal Shapiro

    OPINION: The candidate could potentially use the act to advance his national security plan.

  • Asian Lawyer

    Chinese Antitrust Enforcement and the U.S.: an Uncertain Path

    By Shepard Goldfein and James Keyte

    In their Antitrust Trade and Practice column, Shepard Goldfein and James Keyte write: As China's political and economic impact continues to grow around the world, U.S. regulators have been forced to grapple with how to protect U.S. interests in a system sprung from a very different government ideology. This clash has played out in the antitrust context in the drafting, implementation and subsequent reaction to China's Anti-Monopoly Law.

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People

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