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Duane Morris & Selvam (Myanmar) Limited

NO. 14, KAYMARTHI STREET (1) THIRIYADANAR YEIKTHAR HOUSING - QTR (3), MI KYAUNG KAN, THINGANGYUN TSP, YANGON, MYANMAR
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Work +95 1 233 9522
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Fax +95 1 233 9522
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www.duanemorrisselvam.com

Top-tier Firm rankings


Myanmar

Corporate and M&A
Corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 1

Duane Morris & Selvam (Myanmar)

Duane Morris & Selvam (Myanmar) provides an ‘excellent service in terms of response times, industry knowledge and value for money’. The first US firm to open an office in Myanmar in 2013, it acts for clients in a variety of sectors, such as oil and gas, telecoms, real estate and manufacturing. The Emirates Group, Oil India, Intercontinental Hotels Group and SAP count among the team's key clients. Names to note include managing director Krishna Ramachandra and senior associate Rory Lang, who ‘stands out for his work ethic, market knowledge and response times’. The team has been bolstered by the arrival of Priyank Srivastava from Allen & Gledhill (Myanmar) Co., Ltd in April 2018.

Leading individuals

Krishna Ramachandra - Duane Morris & Selvam (Myanmar)

Next generation lawyers

Rory Lang - Duane Morris & Selvam (Myanmar)

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Projects
Projects - ranked: tier 1

Duane Morris & Selvam (Myanmar)

Duane Morris & Selvam (Myanmar)'s team is the ‘first choice for foreign direct investment and energy projects in Myanmar’. Key sectors for the team, which ‘matches clients’ expectations with regards to the quality of advice, response time and value for money’, include oil and gas, renewables, telecoms, infrastructure, real estate and manufacturing. It assisted Global Power Synergy with its cross-border acquisition of two solar power plants and project companies in Myanmar worth in excess of $500m, a matter led by Krishna Ramachandra.

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Legal Developments by:
Duane Morris & Selvam LLP

  • AJU v AJT: Drawing the Line for Judicial Intervention in Arbitral Awards

    I. Introduction This article looks at the recent Singapore Court of Appeal decision in AJU v AJT, [2011] SGCA 41. The case involved considerations of public policy and the extent of judicial review in arbitral awards. In a resonating decision, the Court of Appeal affirmed its minimal interventionist approach. This reinforces Singapore‟s position as a leading arbitration centre by upholding the finality of arbitral proceedings.
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