This week, Shearman & Sterling associate Justin Chang is off to Korea, where he hopes to develop relationships that can generate future business. And he and his firm aren't alone. Though China grabs the headlines, Korea and its economy -- the 11th largest worldwide -- are increasingly in the sights of U.S. firms hoping to expand global practices. A handful are lobbying the government there to open up the country to foreign law offices, a step some say could happen as early as next year.
Expansion-Minded Law Firms Look to Korea
March 17, 2006
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