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Norton Rose Has Bolstered Its Presence In Asia

Issued: December 01 2010
Norton Rose has bolstered its presence in Asia with the establishment of a new intellectual property/technology practice regionally headquartered in Hong Kong.
 
The IP/technology practice will be headed by Gigi Cheah and Justin Davidson with a team of ten working across eight offices in Asia, including their entire former group who followed them from DLA Piper Hong Kong.
 
“In the last year, Norton Rose Group has advised on approximately US$3 billion worth of deals in the IP/Technology sector and also on a number of new and convergent technology matters including ecommerce, mcommerce, and other IT and communications related matters,” said Michael Rebeiro, head of technology for Norton Rose.

 

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