Dentons has temporarily closed its Wuhan office, while law firms including Reed Smith and Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe have advised all staff to avoid traveling to mainland China — the epicenter of the global coronavirus outbreak.

Meanwhile, some law firms with outposts in the region are monitoring the situation while others have stepped up their efforts to ensure the safety of staff, and prevent personnel from contracting the illness.

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