Herbert Smith Freehills to move partner duo to Korea after licence approval
Herbert Smith Freehills is set to relocate two partners to South Korea next year as the firm becomes the latest international law firm to receive approval to practise in Seoul. City dispute resolution and construction partner Tony Dymond and Singapore corporate partner Lewis McDonald will relocate to the country with four associates from across the firm's network when the new office opens in early 2013, with Dymond to lead the office.
Herbert Smith Freehills is set to relocate two partners to South Korea next year as the firm becomes the latest international law firm to receive approval to practise in Seoul.
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