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Updates/Corrections: For a revised list of major firms that appear in the “Panama Papers” (excluding those that appeared in an earlier investigation by the ICIJ), please click here. Singapore’s Allen & Gledhill is listed as an intermediary in the second tranche of offshore documents, but was mistakenly mentioned as affiliated with a Malaysian firm with a similar name mentioned below. Offshore firm Mourant Ozannes was confused with another entity in the Seychelles and Singapore bearing the Mourant name.

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is poised to unveil a searchable online database on Monday drawn from some of the 11.5 million documents that were leaked last month from the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca.

While the database is not slated for public release until Monday afternoon, some search functions were already available over the weekend. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of lawyers and law firms, ranging from solo shops to global legal giants, named in records already available on the site, though their reasons for inclusion are still unclear. Some documents may be related to an earlier 2013 investigation of the offshore industry by the ICIJ.

The Am Law Daily identified dozens of major U.S. and international firms listed in the database already posted by the ICIJ online, one whose universe figures to grow with its inclusion of data from Mossack Fonseca. The ICIJ said that its new database will include information on more than 200,000 offshore entities. It also stressed that being included in the database does not signal participation in illegal activities.

“There are legitimate uses for offshore companies and trusts,” the ICIJ added in a disclaimer to database users. “We do not intend to suggest or imply that any persons, companies or other entities included in the ICIJ Offshore Leaks Database have broken the law or otherwise acted improperly.”

Mossack Fonseca claims that it has done nothing wrong and is merely the victim of an illegal hack. Regulators in various countries have started probes involving the leaked materials, however, and the disclosures have sent tremors through the U.S. legal landscape and forced firms here to confront their data vulnerabilities. Over the weekend, the anonymous individual behind the Mossack Fonseca leak published an 1,800-word treatise called “The Revolution Will Be Digitized,” citing rising income inequality for the decision to release internal records from the firm.

Below is a list of notable current and former law firms from around the world that already appear in the ICIJ database. Where applicable, we have included entries for firms that no longer exist but have since been absorbed into a larger firm. We also included the specific office identified and links to the database’s source material, which is expected to be updated with new information Monday afternoon.

The Am Law 200 & Global 100

Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld in New York

Arnold & Porter, via legacy firm Howard Rice Nemerovski Canady Falk & Rabkin in San Francisco

Ashurst, via legacy firm Blake Dawson Waldron in London and Sydney

Baker & McKenzie in Bangkok, Hong Kong, Singapore, Stockholm, Taipei and Zurich

Bryan Cave in New York and St. Louis

Coudert Brothers, now defunct, in Denver, Los Angeles, New York and Singapore

Dentons, via legacy firms Denton Wilde Sapte in Gibraltar and Salans Hertzfeld & Heeilbroun in Paris

DLA Piper in Hong Kong and Singapore

Dorsey & Whitney in Hong Kong

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Singapore

Greenberg Traurig in Miami and New York

Hogan Lovells, via legacy firm Hogan & Hartson in Moscow

Hughes Hubbard & Reed in Miami

Jones Day in Hong Kong and Tokyo

K&L Gates in Hong Kong

Kaye Scholer in Los Angeles

Katten Muchin Rosenman in Chicago

King & Wood Mallesons, via legacy firms Arculli Fong & Ng in Hong Kong and Mallesons Stephen Jaques in Hong Kong

Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel in New York

Linklaters in Hong Kong

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius in Singapore

Norton Rose Fulbright, via legacy firms Fulbright & Jaworski in Hong Kong and Macleod Dixon in Calgary

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe in Singapore

Perkins Coie in Taipei

Schiff Hardin in New York

Snell & Wilmer in Costa Mesa, California

Squire Patton Boggs, via legacy firms Deacons Graham & James in Kowloon/Hong Kong and Squire, Sanders & Dempsey in Hong Kong and Los Angeles

Troutman Sanders in Hong Kong

White & Case in Los Angeles and Singapore

Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, via legacy firm Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering in Washington, D.C.

European Firms

Gamolin Quinn Vyzhlov in Dover, Delaware and Moscow

Germany’s Beiten Burkhardt in Hong Kong

Norway’s Wikborg Rein in Singapore

Sweden’s Advokatfirman Vinge in Stockholm

Switzerland’s Lenz & Staehelin in Zurich

U.K.’s Bird & Bird in London

U.K.’s Stephenson Harwood, via Stephenson Harwood & Lo in Hong Kong

U.K.’s Watson, Farley & Williams in Singapore

U.K.’s Weightmans in London

Offshore Firms

Conyers Dill & Pearman in Bermuda

Harneys in the British Virgin Islands

Maples and Calder in Hong Kong

Walkers in the British Virgin Islands

Accounting Firms

EY Legal, via the now inactive Ernst & Young Legal in Taipei

PricewaterhouseCoopers Tax & Legal Services Department in Taipei

Other Firms From Around the World

Aird & Berlis in Toronto

Allen & Gledhill, via the Singapore firm’s Malaysian affiliate

AllBright Law Offices in Shanghai

Bell Gully in Auckland

Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer in Calgary

Colin Ng & Partners in Singapore

Dykman Attorneys in Cape Town

Guantao Law Firm in Beijing

Harry Elias Partnership in Singapore

Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill in Kuala Lumpur (the firm shares roots, but is not affiliated, with Singapore’s Allen & Gledhill)

Malkin & Maxwell in Singapore

Rajah & Tann in Singapore

Russell McVeagh in Auckland

Shook Lin & Bok in Singapore

Wong Partnership in Singapore

Other U.S. Firms

Avila Rodriguez Hernandez Mena & Ferri in Miami

Baxter, Baker, Sidle, Conn & Jones in Baltimore

Butler Snow in Jackson, Mississippi

Candaux, Carlson, Cohen & Sanchez in Tarzana, California

Cantey & Hanger in Austin, Texas

Catania, Mahon, Milligram & Rider, where a former name partner resigned from the bar in 2014, in Newburgh, New York

Comiter, Singer, Baseman & Braun in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

Edwards, Olson, Waite & Winterton, now defunct, in Las Vegas

Engel & Bigelow in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Giordani Schurig Beckett & Tackett in Austin, Texas

Gusrae Kaplan Nusbaum, f/k/a Gusrae Kaplan & Bruno, in New York

Heydasch & Leigh in Miami

Kane Kessler in New York

Klein & Pollack in Dallas

Kleinberg, Kaplan, Wolff & Cohen in New York

Larsen & Risley in Costa Mesa, California

Lourie & Cutler in Boston

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel in Pittsburgh

Quinlivan Wexler in Santa Ana, California

Roberts and Holland in New York

Rubin Baum Levin Constant & Friedman in New York

Sadis & Goldberg in New York

Saltzburg, Ray & Bergman in Los Angeles

Sanders Ortoli Vaughn-Flam Rosenstadt in New York

Suisman, Shapiro, Wool, Brennan, Gray & Greenberg in New London, Connecticut

Woods & Aitken in Lincoln, Nebraska

Updates/Corrections: For a revised list of major firms that appear in the “Panama Papers” (excluding those that appeared in an earlier investigation by the ICIJ), please click here. Singapore’s Allen & Gledhill is listed as an intermediary in the second tranche of offshore documents, but was mistakenly mentioned as affiliated with a Malaysian firm with a similar name mentioned below. Offshore firm Mourant Ozannes was confused with another entity in the Seychelles and Singapore bearing the Mourant name.

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is poised to unveil a searchable online database on Monday drawn from some of the 11.5 million documents that were leaked last month from the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca.

While the database is not slated for public release until Monday afternoon, some search functions were already available over the weekend. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of lawyers and law firms, ranging from solo shops to global legal giants, named in records already available on the site, though their reasons for inclusion are still unclear. Some documents may be related to an earlier 2013 investigation of the offshore industry by the ICIJ.

The Am Law Daily identified dozens of major U.S. and international firms listed in the database already posted by the ICIJ online, one whose universe figures to grow with its inclusion of data from Mossack Fonseca. The ICIJ said that its new database will include information on more than 200,000 offshore entities. It also stressed that being included in the database does not signal participation in illegal activities.

“There are legitimate uses for offshore companies and trusts,” the ICIJ added in a disclaimer to database users. “We do not intend to suggest or imply that any persons, companies or other entities included in the ICIJ Offshore Leaks Database have broken the law or otherwise acted improperly.”

Mossack Fonseca claims that it has done nothing wrong and is merely the victim of an illegal hack. Regulators in various countries have started probes involving the leaked materials, however, and the disclosures have sent tremors through the U.S. legal landscape and forced firms here to confront their data vulnerabilities. Over the weekend, the anonymous individual behind the Mossack Fonseca leak published an 1,800-word treatise called “The Revolution Will Be Digitized,” citing rising income inequality for the decision to release internal records from the firm.

Below is a list of notable current and former law firms from around the world that already appear in the ICIJ database. Where applicable, we have included entries for firms that no longer exist but have since been absorbed into a larger firm. We also included the specific office identified and links to the database’s source material, which is expected to be updated with new information Monday afternoon.

The Am Law 200 & Global 100

Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld in New York

Arnold & Porter , via legacy firm Howard Rice Nemerovski Canady Falk & Rabkin in San Francisco

Ashurst , via legacy firm Blake Dawson Waldron in London and Sydney

Baker & McKenzie in Bangkok, Hong Kong, Singapore, Stockholm, Taipei and Zurich

Bryan Cave in New York and St. Louis

Coudert Brothers, now defunct, in Denver, Los Angeles, New York and Singapore

Dentons , via legacy firms Denton Wilde Sapte in Gibraltar and Salans Hertzfeld & Heeilbroun in Paris

DLA Piper in Hong Kong and Singapore

Dorsey & Whitney in Hong Kong

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Singapore

Greenberg Traurig in Miami and New York

Hogan Lovells , via legacy firm Hogan & Hartson in Moscow

Hughes Hubbard & Reed in Miami

Jones Day in Hong Kong and Tokyo

K&L Gates in Hong Kong

Kaye Scholer in Los Angeles

Katten Muchin Rosenman in Chicago

King & Wood Mallesons , via legacy firms Arculli Fong & Ng in Hong Kong and Mallesons Stephen Jaques in Hong Kong

Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel in New York

Linklaters in Hong Kong

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius in Singapore

Norton Rose Fulbright , via legacy firms Fulbright & Jaworski in Hong Kong and Macleod Dixon in Calgary

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe in Singapore

Perkins Coie in Taipei

Schiff Hardin in New York

Snell & Wilmer in Costa Mesa, California

Squire Patton Boggs , via legacy firms Deacons Graham & James in Kowloon/Hong Kong and Squire, Sanders & Dempsey in Hong Kong and Los Angeles

Troutman Sanders in Hong Kong

White & Case in Los Angeles and Singapore

Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, via legacy firm Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering in Washington, D.C.

European Firms

Gamolin Quinn Vyzhlov in Dover, Delaware and Moscow

Germany’s Beiten Burkhardt in Hong Kong

Norway’s Wikborg Rein in Singapore

Sweden’s Advokatfirman Vinge in Stockholm

Switzerland’s Lenz & Staehelin in Zurich

U.K.’s Bird & Bird in London

U.K.’s Stephenson Harwood , via Stephenson Harwood & Lo in Hong Kong

U.K.’s Watson, Farley & Williams in Singapore

U.K.’s Weightmans in London

Offshore Firms

Conyers Dill & Pearman in Bermuda

Harneys in the British Virgin Islands

Maples and Calder in Hong Kong

Walkers in the British Virgin Islands

Accounting Firms

EY Legal, via the now inactive Ernst & Young Legal in Taipei

PricewaterhouseCoopers Tax & Legal Services Department in Taipei

Other Firms From Around the World

Aird & Berlis in Toronto

Allen & Gledhill , via the Singapore firm’s Malaysian affiliate

AllBright Law Offices in Shanghai

Bell Gully in Auckland

Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer in Calgary

Colin Ng & Partners in Singapore

Dykman Attorneys in Cape Town

Guantao Law Firm in Beijing

Harry Elias Partnership in Singapore

Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill in Kuala Lumpur (the firm shares roots, but is not affiliated, with Singapore’s Allen & Gledhill )

Malkin & Maxwell in Singapore

Rajah & Tann in Singapore

Russell McVeagh in Auckland

Shook Lin & Bok in Singapore

Wong Partnership in Singapore

Other U.S. Firms

Avila Rodriguez Hernandez Mena & Ferri in Miami

Baxter, Baker, Sidle, Conn & Jones in Baltimore

Butler Snow in Jackson, Mississippi

Candaux, Carlson, Cohen & Sanchez in Tarzana, California

Cantey & Hanger in Austin, Texas

Catania, Mahon, Milligram & Rider, where a former name partner resigned from the bar in 2014, in Newburgh, New York

Comiter, Singer, Baseman & Braun in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

Edwards, Olson, Waite & Winterton, now defunct, in Las Vegas

Engel & Bigelow in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Giordani Schurig Beckett & Tackett in Austin, Texas

Gusrae Kaplan Nusbaum, f/k/a Gusrae Kaplan & Bruno, in New York

Heydasch & Leigh in Miami

Kane Kessler in New York

Klein & Pollack in Dallas

Kleinberg, Kaplan, Wolff & Cohen in New York

Larsen & Risley in Costa Mesa, California

Lourie & Cutler in Boston

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel in Pittsburgh

Quinlivan Wexler in Santa Ana, California

Roberts and Holland in New York

Rubin Baum Levin Constant & Friedman in New York

Sadis & Goldberg in New York

Saltzburg, Ray & Bergman in Los Angeles

Sanders Ortoli Vaughn-Flam Rosenstadt in New York

Suisman, Shapiro, Wool, Brennan, Gray & Greenberg in New London, Connecticut

Woods & Aitken in Lincoln, Nebraska