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  • More law graduates taking non-traditional roles by Miklos Bolza

    Worldwide trends show employers outside of the legal industry look upon those with law degrees as being highly attractive job candidates

  • Lighter side: Judge writes poem to deny lawsuit by Samantha Woodhill

    A judge in Ohio has written a hilarious poem and read it in court to tell a plaintiff that his lawsuit had been thrown out.

  • Asian Business Law Institute launches in Singapore by Steve Randall

    The Asian Business Institute officially opened yesterday in a bid to help simplify the process of cross-border business… India to become international legal hub… Off-shore law partner to speak on Hong Kong’s role in restructuring… BLP advised on iconic ‘black cab’ trademark case…

  • Asia-Pac outbound M&A reaches record high by Steve Randall

    Outbound M&A in Asia-Pacific reached a record high in 2015 following a strong fourth quarter… HFW expands international presence… Former New York mayor takes global role at Greenberg Traurig… Ince & Co wins prestigious awards for second year…

  • Singapore man sues Ministry of Social Development by Miklos Bolza

    In a court case over pension benefits, a Singaporean man has sued for discrimination while seeking to have Prime Minister John Key as a defendant

  • New legislation leads to Peter Jackson resignation by Miklos Bolza

    The impending introduction of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 has resulted in the resignation of well-known film director, Peter Jackson.