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We’re a leading, full-service, global law firm working on some of the world’s biggest cases and deals at the forefront of the world’s most exciting sectors.
Operating as a single, globally integrated partnership, we work as a team, using innovative systems & processes to ensure your work is delivered efficiently.
We were crowned Corporate Team of the Year at The Lawyer Awards 2019.
We operate at the forefront of many exciting sectors and no other firm has more Chamber rankings.

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Leading global law firm Herbert Smith Freehills has advised the...

Leading global law firm Herbert Smith Freehills has advised the Saudi Ministry of Industry and Mineral Resources on the entire suite of implementing regulations and guidelines supporting the recently promulgated New Mining Investment Law, 2020 (the New Law) which came into effect in January 2021.

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Herbert Smith Freehills’s Indonesian associate firm, has advised...

DSS transferred a 75% interest in three operating power plants in a US$394 million sale to China Datang Corp, the Chinese state-owned energy conglomerate. DSS will remain as a minority shareholder after the transaction.

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