Dentons hires Clyde infra partner

18 May 2016 Legal giant Dentons has appointed a new partner in its London energy, transport and infrastructure practice.
David Moore joins from Clyde & Co, where he was appointed a partner in 2012, having previously been a partner at Herbert Smith.
Moore’s experience includes advising both private and public sector clients in the rail, roads and ports sectors, with a particular focus on the UK, Middle East and Africa market.
Jeremy Cohen, Dentons chief executive officer for the UK, Middle East and Africa region, said: "The transport sector is a key focus of our UK strategy and I am delighted to welcome a partner of David's calibre to the team. 
“Investment in transport and infrastructure is set to grow significantly in the UK, so this is the right time for us to enhance yet further our practice, which already occupies a very well-established position in the market."
Practice head Matthew Hanslip Ward said Moore’s experience of developing transport infrastructure internationally will help the global transport and infrastructure group pursue more opportunities "in this expanding sector".
Meanwhile, the firm is to open its third German office in Munich on 1 July, and has also launched in Latin America through mergers in Mexico and Colombia.

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