Editor’s note: This is the first in a two-part series.

The Asia legal market shares a collective perception that law firms structured as Swiss Vereins occupy the middle market, taking on day-to-day corporate and commercial work and acting on midvalue corporate and finance transactions. They are not typically known for top-dollar investments, mergers and acquisitions, or bet-the-company litigation.  

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