Baker McKenzie has added Jae-Hyon Ahn as a partner in Seoul, bolstering the office’s project financing and renewable energy capabilities for its energy, mining and infrastructure clients. Joining from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, Ahn brings with him 13 years of experience representing sponsors, financiers and contractors on all aspects of complex energy and infrastructure projects. He is a project finance specialist with significant experience in the development and financing of large-scale renewable energy projects, and has worked on transactions in multiple jurisdictions, including in the US, the UK, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand.
Rimon Law has added Judy Deng as a partner in its Menlo Park office. Deng joins from Davis Wright Tremaine, where she was a partner in its San Francisco office. She practices corporate and securities law, with emphasis on the representation of international social networking, entertainment, digital media, software and medical technology companies. Deng was recognised as an “External Counsel of the Year” by Asia-Mena Counsel, based on a survey of in-house counsel of multinational companies in Asia. Deng has extensive experience counselling private companies with international operations in various stages of growth, and advising institutional investors in complex cross-border transactions involved with such companies. She regularly advises on cross-border restructurings and reorganisations, financing, M&As, executive and employee incentive programs, and strategic intellectual property transactions.