Linklaters among four firms granted temporary extension to Singapore licence as performances 'fall short'
Magic circle firm joins Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, Jones Day and Sidley Austin in securing two-year extension in Singapore
Linklaters, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, Jones Day and Sidley Austin will be able to practise local law in Singapore until at least 2020, after authorities decided to push back a formal decision on renewing their Qualifying Foreign Law Practice (QFLP) licences until 2020.
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