Rouse expands Cambodian operation

Cambodia is emerging as a hotspot for IP work.

  • 6yrs

Cambodian official accused of comparing lawyers to cows faces court action

A Cambodian government official has been attacked for comparing lawyers to cows and now faces court action.

  • 6yrs

Tilleke opens Phnom Penh office

Southeast Asian law firm Tilleke and Gibbins has opened a new office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The office currently has four lawyers led by partner John E. King and will be supported by Tilleke's Bangkok team.

  • 8yrs

Cambodian government demands cost data info

Telecoms companies have expressed scepticism over a call from the regulator to submit information on pricing.

  • 10yrs

Bengal braced for falling tax revenue after big business challenge

The Indian state of West Bengal is braced to see a fall in tax revenue this year after Tata Steel, Cadbury and other multinationals challenged one of its tax laws.

  • 10yrs

Cambodian lawyers back war crimes court strike

A strike which has brought the trial of three elderly former Khmer Rouge leaders to a standstill is set to continue after local lawyers endorsed the walk-out by staff over unpaid wages.

  • 11yrs

Cambodian government keeps lawyers on short leash

The Cambodian government and bar association should scale down their efforts to stop lawyers from speaking to the media without permission, a leading human rights organisation said yesterday.

  • 11yrs