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Clyde & Co secures 13-lawyer team from PwC in Middle East corporate push

Trio of PwC practice heads among those to defect in what is thought to be largest Middle East team move in years

Brodies moves into Middle East with Abu Dhabi launch

Leading Scottish firm establishes Middle East LLP and relocates partners to service energy and oil and gas clients locally

Clifford Chance elects 32 new partners in diverse round

Twelve women included in round that sees 39% of new US and UK partners come from minority ethnic backgrounds

HFW secures DWF’s global infrastructure co-head in Dubai as DWF makes double insurance hire

As Slava Kiryushin moves across to HFW, DWF adds insurance partner duo in Dubai from Kennedys

Allen & Overy and King & Spalding snap up Shearman & Sterling partners in Paris and UAE

International departures from New York firm continue in wake of its now shelved merger talks with Hogan Lovells.

Climate change and energy transition to heat up Middle East disputes landscape

ESG risk among topics discussed at ADGM’s flagship RESOLVE event in Abu Dhabi

IP firm Petošević merges with Middle Eastern service provider CWB Group

Two leading IP companies with roots in Eastern Europe and the Middle East combine to create

Gibson Dunn adds seven-strong team from Shearman & Sterling for Abu Dhabi launch

Hire of team including corporate and projects partner trio sees US firm double Middle East lawyer headcount

Gibson Dunn targets Dubai growth with hire of senior corporate partner from Shearman & Sterling

Los Angeles giant says Shearman's former global co-head of corporate will help it grow its regional footprint

Baker McKenzie sets up interim Dubai management team as it splits with local arm’s executive chair over Tweets

Global firm also seeks new office as it responds to controversy over top local lawyer's anti-gay views

HFW makes double partner hire in Dubai from shipping rival Clyde & Co

UK firm hails 'very significant' hires and promises further Middle East investment

DIFC Courts in spotlight as Irish judges resign under pressure from human rights campaigners

Top Irish politician said judges were being deliberately used to legitimise regime

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Arbitration services business Arbitra adds four new members

Group has increased its member headcount to 35 from 18 since launching a year ago

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Dentons hires DWF’s former Middle East finance and banking head as a partner

Umera Ali will split her time between the firm’s Dubai and Riyadh offices

Ex-Singapore politician launches Dubai’s first regulated NFT investment company

Cedar White Bradley advised Calvin Cheng Web3 Holdings, which was set up under Dubai’s new digital assets law

Dust settles on Dubai arbitration reforms as DIFC-LCIA’s Robert Stephen joins boutique

Registrar of superseded centre lands at Ghaffari Partners as international opinion remains divided over shake-up

Wizz Financial hires White & Case partner as next general counsel in Dubai

Adrianus Schoorl joins fintech with more than 25 years of financial regulatory experience in Europe, the Middle East and North America