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Hall-Jones

(ˈhɔːlˈdʒəʊnz)
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(Biography) Sir William. 1851–1936, New Zealand statesman, born in England: prime minister of New Zealand (1906)
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In addition to office management changes, Jerry Bloom, Linda Coberly, Dom DeChiara, David Hall-Jones, Jeffrey Kessler, Michael Madden and Gene Schaerr have joined Winston's Executive Committee.
Historian and author John Hall-Jones described it as "a truly moving sight" and it is one which evokes Resolution in her snug berth.
During Knox's teaching career he directed 18 doctoral students and 15 masters students whose careers have reflected well on his training as they serve as museum directors, teachers and researchers at respected institutions; their own students are carrying on the Hall-Jones tradition.
We are delighted to have this experienced transactional team led by such a prominent practitioner as Brinton join us," said David Hall-Jones, managing partner of the firm's Asian offices.
and European clients continue to be active in Hong Kong and China," said David Hall-Jones, managing partner of the firm's Asia offices.
The firm's Hong Kong office, Hall-Jones noted, has substantial experience in corporate mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, private equity and fund formation, and real estate financing, as well as in international arbitration and complex commercial litigation.
We are excited to have Bertrand join Winston," said David Hall-Jones, managing partner of the firm's Asian offices.