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Posted: 18 Jul 2011 | 6:00 am
One of the highest profile international legal firms in the country Mayer Brown JSM have undergone a strategtic reoganization of their Thailand office.
We spoke to Andrew MacGeoch who is a partner at Mayer Brown JSM in Hong Kong who has clarified that the Hong Kong office and the newly formed South Asia start up are going to work hand in hand going forward. Andrew is one of Asia's leading hospitality experts and the firm is a significant leader in the region.
Baker and McKenzie Thailand and Mayer Brown JSM have been predominate players in the country's hospitality sector.
Though of course there are a number of qualified local firms and single practices which continue to add texture to the industry.
Former partner and well known expert Anurag Ramanat started his own firm South Asia Law colleagues.
While another multinational law firm White & Case choose to exit the country a few years ago, Mayer Brown will retain an reduced office mainly for cross-border and international services, and maintaining a larger resource in Hong Kong.
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