Norton Rose Fulbright duo joins Cooley

Ashurst advises TerraCom on rights issue… International firms expand in Middle East…

Norton Rose Fulbright duo joins Cooley
Norton Rose Fulbright duo joins Cooley

Two former practice leaders from Norton Rose Fulbright have joined Cooley in the US.

Boris Segalis and David Navetta are former US co-chairs of NRF’s data protection, privacy and cybersecurity practice group and join the IP-focused Cooley along with former Dentons’ partner Anthony Jannota who joins as special counsel.

“It is vital for us to be part of a firm that understands our clients’ full range of privacy and cyber concerns,” Segalis said. “We have always been impressed by Cooley’s reputation in the privacy and data protection space, as well as its leadership in technology, generally. The ability to leverage Cooley’s leading transactional and litigation strengths is a particularly powerful driver for us.”

Ashurst advises TerraCom on rights issue

Melbourne-based Ashurst partners Elspeth Arnold and Shane Kyriakou have led a team advising Terracom Ltd on an accelerated non-renounceable entitlement offer.

"We have worked with the TerraCom team for a number of years and are delighted to serve as the Company's trusted advisers, across a range of practice areas, and to work alongside them as TerraCom continues to confront ongoing challenges in its market and positions itself for long term prosperity."

The Ashurst team included partner Antonella Pacitti, senior associate Brooke Coghlan and lawyer Hannah Fitzpatrick.

International firms expand in Middle East

Clyde & Co and Eversheds Sutherland have both added new partners to their teams in the Middle East.

Mark Devaney joins as a partner in Clyde’s IP practice in Dubai with over 20 years’ experience in the trade mark field working with some of the world’s biggest brands, most recently as partner at Gill, Jennings & Avery in London.

Meanwhile at Eversheds Sutherland in Dubai, Paul Jenkins joins the international arbitration practice. He joins from Reed Smith with a primary focus will be on expanding the arbitration practice across offices in the region including UAE, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Iraq.

Also at Eversheds Sutherland, legal director Roberta Wertman has joined in Abu Dhabi, also from Reed Smith. A Principal Associate will be starting soon adding further experience and expertise to the team.

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