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The partner, Gabriel Silva, specializes in Latin America—a region that has become a major focus for global firms as they move to expand their Brazil offerings.
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The disputes partner previously held a senior position in the DOJ under President Barack Obama before joining Linklaters.
The deal will strengthen Penguin Random House group's footprint in the U.S.
Corporate law firms are regurgitating the same breed of lawyers who are not dynamic enough and far too risk-averse, according to top GCs.
The firm has now brought the majority of staff back onto full time hours.
Jonathan Zhou is leaving the firm, which he helped build from scratch and put on the map, after 25 years.
Firms in the U.S., the U.K and Europe are making decisions about whether to keep offices open amid the coronavirus pandemic. We catalog here those firms that have confirmed their plans.
Timiko Cranwell joins as director of legal and corporate affairs.
China's national security review regime has largely flown under the radar since it was introduced in 2011. But a recent case involving a foreign-invested supermarket chain, the first since a revamp of the regime's regulatory structure elevated the role of China's powerful central planning agency, has put national security in the spotlight once again.
The Court of Justice has ruled that search engines such as Google do not have to remove links in so-called "right-to-be-forgotten" cases.
The ruling comes at a time when tensions have been rising worldwide between the protection of an individual's data and freedom of speech. It also highlights the clash between EU regulators and U.S. tech companies.
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