13 January 2022
Business transformation to drive Asia M&A in 2022 业务转型将推动2022年亚洲地区并购交易
2021's record M&A activity levels will continue in 2022, driven by a 'fear of missing out' as corporates and markets rapidly transform, according to Herbert Smith Freehills' fifth annual global M&A report, M&A in 2022: FOMO overcomes FOGO . 史密夫斐尔律师事务所发布的第五份全球年度并购报告显示，由于企业和市场的快速变革，人们“...
17 September 2021
Herbert Smith Freehills Commits to Reducing Environmental Impact of Disputes by Signing Transformative Arbitration and Litigation Pledges
Herbert Smith Freehills has committed to reducing the environmental impact of disputes by signing two important industry pledges: the Green Pledge of the Campaign for Greener Arbitrations (the CGA) and the Greener Litigation Pledge .
01 September 2021
Herbert Smith Freehills joins forces with world's leading companies and brands to support The Earthshot Prize
Leading international law firm Herbert Smith Freehills has joined 13 other influential global companies and brands to form a Global Alliance, which supports and scales the innovative and ground-breaking solutions developed by the soon-to-be-announced fifteen Earthshot Prize Finalists.
30 July 2021
Herbert Smith Freehills advises PTTEP on Brazilian oilfield divestment
Leading international law firm Herbert Smith Freehills has advised Thailand's PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited (PTTEP) on its divestment from a Brazilian oilfield as the company realigns its business portfolio.
03 March 2020
New industry paper calls for greater regulatory coordination of sustainable finance in Asia Pacific
ASIFMA , the financial industry’s leading regional trade association, today released a new report, Sustainable Finance in Asia Pacific: Regulatory State of Play , co-authored by Herbert Smith Freehills and its Indonesian associate firm Hiswara Bunjamin & Tandjung .
04 March 2019
Herbert Smith Freehills launches parental leave sharing for all Asia employees
Leading global law firm Herbert Smith Freehills has launched a market-leading parental leave policy in Asia, allowing all employees in the region to share primary childcare responsibilities with their spouse or partner.