Mayer Brown to Open Office in Tokyo

He had been at Ashurst since 1998, but stepped down as head of the firm’s Tokyo base this June after two years in the role. He was replaced by finance partner Dominic Gregory. His move marks the latest in a spate of departures from Ashurst. In November …
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