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DWF raised GBP95 million, more than originally planned, in its March initial public offering.
With this initial five-year contract, DWF will become a provider of insurance and real estate legal services to the global communications services company.
DWF was the first law firm to float on the main market of the London Stock Exchange, raising PS95m in a listing that valued the business at PS366m.
Dr Parveen Azeem Khan told this scribe that provincial government during its previous tenure supported DWF through a programme and provided Rs150 million grant-in aid to it for the treatment and rehabilitation of drug addicts and prevention of drug abuse in the provinces.
DWF's partners will share in a multimillion-pound bonanza as a result, with around PS19m of the money raised going their way.
With Goacher's appointment, the number of partners at DWF's Singapore office has increased to three.
According to DWF, Unwalla helps strengthen its Middle East presence and comes with significant Middle East experience.
I look forward to leading the office in continuing to provide a broad range of legal services to our clients and working with local communities through the DWF Foundation."
DWF's two-year apprenticeships will be offered across both the firm's commercial and insurance teams and will give students the opportunity to work towards a level-three Trailblazer paralegal apprenticeship.
In the executive partner role, he will be responsible for driving forward DWF's strategic business objectives in Newcastle through effective business development, employee engagement and client service delivery, while championing DWF's charitable and pro-bono work in the firm's local communities.
Caroline Coates, executive partner for DWF in Birmingham, said: "We continue to invest in key talent and the promotions highlight our commitment to developing our people at all levels of the business.
DWF, which was formed last year from the tie-up between Scottish commercial law firm Biggart Baillie and national law firm DWF, said Lothian's new role will see him will work with its "large national client base of insurers and public sector bodies".