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The London office of US firm Haynes Boone has recruited a two-partner international disputes team from legacy Andrews Kurth Kenyon, following its April merger with Hunton & Williams.

The four-lawyer team, led by Andrews Kurth’s former London managing partner and head of international arbitration Melanie Willems, joined Haynes Boone’s 15-partner London base on Monday (25 June).

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