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Dentons strengthens its Istanbul presence with new competition team
The firm has appointed Şahin Ardıyok as a Partner to its Competition practice. He is joined by a team of five lawyers and three economists. They will operate from Dentons’ local partnership firm Balcioğlu Selçuk Akman Keki (BASEAK).
Vox Tax: Cross-border tax structuring
Welcome to Vox Tax, a series of Dentons global reports dedicated to the most pressing tax matters facing CEOs, CFOs, general counsel and tax directors.
Jay Haugen joins Dentons Edmonton
A partner in our Corporate Commercial Group, Jay brings more than 14 years of experience in the area of intellectual property; including patents, trademarks, and technology licensing.
Dentons Canada gives startups a helping hand
The Dentons Canada Startup Program provides an affordable and predictable fee arrangement for incorporation and access to a proprietary suite of legal documents and policies designed for startups and which are readily customizable, along with advice on intellectual property and licensing strategy by experienced practitioners.
The future of UK pensions? The DWP consults on "defined ambition"
Defined benefit pension schemes (DB), whether final salary or career average (CARE), place the risks firmly with the employer who is expected to make up any shortfall in funding to provide these guaranteed benefits.
Students: Starting Your Career in Law
Interested in a world of opportunity? Then we invite you to consider beginning your career with Dentons, one of the largest law firms in the world with over 79 locations in 52 countries and more than 2,500 lawyers and professionals with whom you might be working on any given day.
Dentons adds depth to its Middle East construction practice with partner hire
Dentons is pleased to announce that Ian Dalley has joined its Abu Dhabi office as a partner in the Construction practice. He has been based in Abu Dhabi for six and a half years.
Legal Directories recognise the firm's strength in Kazakhstan
The firm's Kazakhstan office has secured excellent ranking in a number of legal directories. The Legal 500 EMEA 2013 ranked us as a Tier 1 international firm, while Chambers Global 2013 gave us a top-tier ranking in Energy and Natural Resources and General Business Law.
FReD Live - Consumer Credit Regulation
In this FReD Live breakfast briefing, members of our Financial Services and Funds practice will talk about the changes to the scope and nature of regulation, the effects on consumer credit firms and what firms should be doing now.
Africa presents some of the most dynamic markets in the world. At a time of growth, positive change and new opportunities on the continent, you need an innovative team with deep experience to help you achieve your goals. To meet the evolving needs of business, government and international institutions in Africa, Dentons delivers premier service and a disciplined focus.
Navigate the key legal, regulatory, political and economic factors that affect your Africa-related operations. Our lawyers leverage experience with business leaders, government officials and other key decision-makers in each jurisdiction within the continent—which is a distinctive aspect in helping you to succeed.
We have a longstanding commitment to developing business opportunities for clients already in Africa, as well as those with potential interests on the continent. We regularly advise African clients on outward investment and access to international financing, as well as global businesses regarding investment flows into Africa.
Whether you are currently in Africa or have potential interests on the continent, we are well positioned to fulfill a complete range of transactions and advisory work. Our presence spans the continent's Anglophone, Francophone and Lusophone regions, as well as the key commercial centers around the world that engage in business and investment in Africa.
Dentons has been awarded 'Law Firm of the Year' at the TMT Middle East & North Africa Conference, held yesterday in Dubai. Dentons was chosen for the award by a 10-strong judging panel made up of telecom operator, finance and consultancy representatives. Read more
Earlier this year, the Communications sector team advised Virgin on a strategic partnership agreement to merge its South African mobile telecoms business with Middle East telecoms operator FRiENDi Group to become a new entity called Virgin Mobile Middle East & Africa (VMMEA). On December 4, the deal was honored with the prestigious Telecoms Deal of the Year Award at the CommsMEA 2012 Awards in Dubai. Read more
The recent SNR Denton Africa Practice meeting was highlighted in the September 30 issue of Legal Bisnow-DC. The article highlights how lawyers from the firm's 23 offices in Africa met in Washington, DC on September 21 and 22 to discuss building business opportunities on the continent. Read more
The Government of Tanzania, through the Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC), is set to open a fourth licensing round at the 2nd Tanzania Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition on October 23 – 25, 2013 in Dar es Salaam. Read more
US President Barack Obama returned on July 2 from his first extended trip to Africa, following a trip to Ghana in 2009. This six-day trip to Senegal, Tanzania and South Africa highlighted economic growth and development, as well as US-Africa economic and trade policy. President Obama used the visit to announce the framework for a signature initiative, Power Africa, aimed at improving electricity generation in African nations. Read more
According to a survey of more than 200 senior executives from companies around the world released by Dentons and AlixPartners, a global business-advisory firm, nearly a third (30%) of those doing business in Africa say the African market is as attractive as or more attractive than both Asia and Latin America, with 59% viewing the continent as strategically important to their businesses. Read more
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We continue our 2013/14 Trade and Commodity Finance seminar series with a discussion of the legal, regulatory and practical considerations for the securitisation of trade finance assets. Read more
Dentons Europe has appointed two new partners. Ramin Hariri (Energy/Projects) and Vincent Lacombe (Energy/Tax) have joined the firm’s Energy practice. They are based in the Paris office. Read more
Jeffrey R. Krilla, co-chair of Dentons' Africa Committee and principal in the firm's Public Policy and Regulatory Practice group, was appointed to the 20-member board of directors of Africare, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people in Africa. Read more
Dentons has advised the Republic of Ghana in connection with a US$1 billion bond issue and related liability management transaction. Read more
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