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A number of global law firms, including Davis Polk & Wardwell and Kirkland & Ellis, are challenging a series of changes proposed by the Law Society of Hong Kong that could restrict the practice of foreign lawyers, warning that they could result in “colossal negative repercussions” for Hong Kong.

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John Kang, The Asian Lawyer

John Kang covers the business of law in Asia and Australia from Hong Kong. Email him at jkang@alm.com.

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