KWM names 17 partners staying with newly-established EUME business

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King & Wood Mallesons has confirmed to Australasian Lawyer the identities of the 17 partners who are staying on with the firm’s newly-established Europe, UK and Middle East business.

The partners named will be based out of offices in London, Frankfurt, Dubai, Riyadh and New York.

The confirmation follows KWM’s London office officially appointing administrators on Tuesday, marking the end of legacy SJ Berwin, which merged with King & Wood Mallesons in 2013.

The global firm recently revealed that it has established a new business to maintain its EUME presence, with core practices in London, Frankfurt, Dubai and Riyadh and affiliated offices in Madrid, Milan and Brussels.

Consisting of more than 30 partners, the new EUME platform specializes in corporate M&A, finance, competition and dispute resolution, the firm said.

Below are the partners confirmed by KWM to be staying on with the new EUME platform:

London
  • Joseph Newitt – Corporate, Private Equity, M&A and Commercial
  • Greg Stonefield – Corporate, Private Equity, M&A and Commercial
  • Mike Wang – Corporate, Private Equity, M&A and Commercial
  • Vanessa Docherty - Derivatives & Structured Products, Banking & Finance, Debt Capital Markets,
  • Dorothy Murray - Dispute Resolution and Litigation
  • Darren Roiser – Dispute Resolution and Litigation
  • Andrei Yakovlev – Dispute Resolution and Litigation
Frankfurt
  • Christian Cornett  - Corporate, Private Equity, M&A and Commercial
  • Rudolf Haas - Banking & Finance, Corporate, Private Equity, M&A and Commercial
  • Ruediger Knopf - Tax, Projects, Energy & Resources
 Dubai
  • Sandeep Dhama - Corporate, Private Equity, M&A and Commercial
  • Ghassan El Daye - Dispute Resolution and Litigation
  • Joanne Strain - International Arbitration
  • Tim Taylor – International Arbitration
Riyadh
  • Majed Almarshad - Corporate, Private Equity, M&A and Commercial
  • Glenn Lovell - Corporate, Private Equity, M&A and Commercial
New York
  • George Pinkham

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