J Sagar Associates has added Rajeev Reddy as a partner in its Hyderabad office, with effect from April 1, 2020. With more than 16 years of experience in corporate and commercial laws, Reddy has advised leading companies on a wide range of transactions, such as private equity investments, cross-border investments, acquisitions, joint ventures, joint developments, setting-up of operations, corporate restructuring, debt funding, public private partnerships and general corporate advisory. He graduated as a gold medallist from NALSAR University of Law Hyderabad in 2003. Prior to joining the firm, Reddy was a partner at Tatva Legal Hyderabad since 2010.

200408 nigel pereiraRHTLaw Asia has added Nigel Pereira as a partner in its corporate restructuring and insolvency practice. He brings to the firm extensive experience in restructuring and insolvency, with an emphasis on investigations and cross-border asset recovery. Pereira is a certified fraud examiner, a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and INSOL International, and an affiliate of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners. He has advised on a wide range of matters, such as fraud, investigations, anti-bribery, corruption, data and computer misuse, employment, commercial litigation and international arbitration, as well as family, private wealth and succession.

Trowers & Hamlins has recruited partner Matthew Showler to head its commercial dispute resolution team in Dubai. Showler is a specialist in international arbitration and litigation and acts for a wide variety of clients, including financial institutions, multi-national corporations, governmental institutions, NGOs, heads of state, high net worth individuals and FTSE 100 (or equivalent) companies. He is an English-qualified lawyer who has practised in the UAE and internationally since 2010 after spending the first part of his career in London.

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