The Cambodian firm says its new Vientiane office will focus on banking, finance, and commercial matters
By Jessica Seah|May 29, 2013 at 06:29 AM
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Cambodian law firm Sciaroni & Associates has opened an office in Laos.   The new office in the Laotian capital of Vientiane will be led by Daniel Noonan, who is relocating from Sciaroni’s Phnom Penh main office. Before joining Sciaroni five years ago, Noonan was a lawyer in Vietnam with Baker & McKenzie.   Bounthong Vongsaly will serve as the firm’s chief representative in Laos. A veteran diplomat, Vongsaly previously served as the Laotian ambassador to Malaysia, Brunei, and Germany, as well as the director general of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ legal and treaties department.   The firm says the new office will focus on banking, finance, and commercial matters, with a focus on the energy, mining, and real estate sectors.   Sciaroni was founded in 1993 as the local office of Bangkok firm Tilleke & Gibbins but became independent in 2004. The firm is led by American Bretton Sciaroni as senior partner and Australian Matthew Rendal as managing partner. Last year the firm hired a former English barrister John Pike as managing partner, but Pike has since left the firm.   Email:email@example.com.
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