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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

Israel’s judicial reform plans are ‘deeply alarming’, the International Bar Association warns

The IBA's president urges measures that would 'strip Israeli institutions of their ability to constrain executive power' to be dropped

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Linklaters hires partner from Saudi firm for Riyadh office launch

Magic Circle UK firm secures third Middle East base and ends alliance as new licensing regime continues to shake up Saudi legal market

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.

Greenberg Traurig debuts in Saudi Arabia with former Squire Patton Boggs ally

US firm announces affiliation with Khalid Al-Thebity Law Firm ahead of launching joint venture in the Kingdom

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

Saudi Arabia grants first foreign licences to trio of international firms

Clifford Chance, Herbert Smith Freehills and Latham & Watkins become first foreign law firms granted licences to practise in the Kingdom under new rules

Addleshaw Goddard signals Middle East ambitions as it adds partners from Bracewell and Latham & Watkins for Riyadh debut

UK firm’s fourth office in the region to launch with five partners and eight-strong team of lawyers and paralegals

'The private client landscape is changing faster than ever' – The Global Legal Post launches private client law guide

Edited by Katten’s Joshua Rubenstein, Law Over Borders' comparative guide will explore post-Covid climate for high-net-worth individuals

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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

Clyde & Co adds lawyers from Baker McKenzie for Egypt debut

Insurance giant relocates partner and legal director and hires two lawyers from Bakers’ Cairo office to open associated office

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

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