Despite lack of growth so far, Addleshaw Goddard is keeping faith with its Singapore office
When Addleshaw Goddard opened in Singapore in 2012, it marked the start of a belated international push by the firm. But two years on the firm still has just one partner based permanently on the ground in the city-state.
When Addleshaw Goddard opened in Singapore in 2012, it marked the start of a belated international push by the firm. Citing a need to take its arbitration practice to the next level and move closer to its clients in Asia, the firm appointed litigation partner and ex-Winston & Strawn lawyer Jamie Harrison to lead the office. At the same time, senior partners were plotting Addleshaws’ expansion into the Middle East to complement the practice.
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