Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton has closed its Beijing office, consolidating its China practice in Shanghai.

The firm said it closed the Beijing office in late March following the 2018 departure of two former partners. In May of last year, former Beijing office managing partner James Zimmerman and intellectual property partner Scott Palmer joined Perkins Coie alongside other lawyers and staff members of the Beijing office. Following the departures, Sheppard Mullin initially appointed Shanghai partner Tony Mou to be chief representative in Beijing.

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