King & Spalding LLP hired Australian arbitration and the construction attorney Peter Megens as partner in Singapore office beginning in the month of July. Megens was at the King & Wood Mallesons located in Melbourne. Here, he acquired the position of co-manager of the company’s arbitration department and also the senior member of the construction team.
The lead of the global disputes at the King & Spalding, Reggie Smith said that their company has taken a strategic decision for investing further in their pavilion international adjudication practice and mainly in their international construction arguments ability. The stature of Peter as an unresolved construction dispute attorney perfectly fits the bill and at the same time also compliments the world-class investment and commercial treaty arbitration practices serving Asia-Pacific zone from Singapore.
The company said that Megens has over thirty years of experience in representing the customers in disputes that arises out of the construction, mining, energy and the infrastructure project.
The office of King & Spalding located in Singapore serves in the form of a centerfor the company’s energy, project financing and the international arbitration work all over the Asia-Pacific zone.
This company has about eight hundred attorneys in seventeen offices in the United States, Middle East, Asia and Europe.
Feinstein LLP, Herrick made an announcement that Louis Tuchman has come into the company’s office which is located in New York in the form of partner and newly hired co-headof the company’s tax as well as individualplanning Group. Tuchman was the partner in the tax department of Kaye Scholer.
Daniel A. Swick who co-leads the tax and private planning group of Herrick said that from state, cross-border and federal taxation problems to the joint ventures, real estate, bankruptcy, LLC’s and partnerships, Louis brings priceless experience in wide range of areas.
The practice of Tuchman includes focusing on the corporation tax matters including the acquisitions and merger, total operating loss leftovers and the combined returns.
James I. Kaplan got united with the Chicago office of Quarles & Brady LLP as partner in corporate service practice group. Before joining the company, Kaplan was chairman and also a partner of Midwest banking practices at the DLA Piper LLP located in Chicago.
The company said that he has an experience in the financial service supervisory matters and compliance, banking, investor disputes, securities and several other investor matters. The transactional experience of Kaplan includes trust, banking, asset management, securities, private and public offerings and brokerage.