Cooley recently announced it is opening a fourth Asian office in Singapore. Once approved by local authorities, Cooley will join some 130 foreign law firms in the city-state. The firm just opened a Hong Kong office in March.

Singapore has been on many minds lately because of Hong Kong, where occasional protests have now turned quotidian and violent. For the first time in a long while, people are concerned with the overall stability of Hong Kong as unrest persists. Nobody is leaving Hong Kong right away over the protests, but people seem to be considering their options.

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