Slaughters loses second corporate partner in HK

Sawyer, Donna
March 2006
Lawyer;3/13/2006, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports that Paul Chow, the second corporate partner of Slaughter and May in Hong Kong, China, has joined Linklaters. Chow's departure comes after Richard Jones left Slaughters and May to join the in-house department of GE Consumer Finance. Despite the move, Slaughters and May reaffirmed its commitment to its practice in Hong Kong.


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