Dentons appointment aims for best talent in US…

Ashurst hires Hogan Lovells partner to lead Paris employment team… UK-listed firm Gateley expands into Ireland…

Dentons appointment aims for best talent in US…

Dentons appointment aims for best talent in US
Dentons has appointed a chief talent officer in the United States as part of the firm’s push to establish its nationwide presence in the market.

Inga Masjule has more than 20 years of experience of developing and leading people programs in professional services firms. She has spent two periods at White & Case including her most recent role as the director of the firm’s Global People Team.

She will also join Dentons’ global talent leadership team and will be based in the New York office.

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“The recognition by Dentons of the capabilities needed to be successful in the law firm of the future is a significant differentiator,” said Masjule.  “Dentons’ leading work in the field impressed me, as innovation in talent leadership and management are essential for professional services firms to remain competitive with the best talent in order to provide the highest quality client service.  I am delighted to be joining a firm leading the way.”

Ashurst hires Hogan Lovells partner to lead Paris employment team
Ashurst continues to strengthen its capabilities in Continental Europe with a key partner hire for its Paris employment practice.

Muriel Pariente will join from Hogan Lovells and will lead the employment practice. She has more than two decades of experience in employment and benefits law and is also recognised for her expertise in litigation and regularly represents clients before labour courts, civil courts and administrative tribunals.

Associates Laura Berdugo Donnersberg and Jordan Cohen will also join the firm.

UK-listed firm Gateley expands into Ireland
Publicly-listed UK legal services firm Gateley has extended its reach with the acquisition of reputation and media law focused boutique Paul Tweed.

Tweed has offices in Belfast, Dublin, and London and its eponymous leader is acknowledged as an expert in his field.

The firm will operate as Gateley-Tweed.

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