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Every so often, Am Law 200 firms with offices in far-flung locales are faced with an international crisis that requires fancy footwork on the ground and cautionary statements from abroad. We saw it last year in Bangkok and if the events unfolding in Tunisia, Egypt, and Jordan are any indication, it appears that the Middle East is the next flashpoint.

Only a handful of major international law firms have offices in Egypt, the 16th-largest nation in the world by population. But with millions of protesters crippling the country’s economy, unnerving the West, and prompting longtime president Honsi Mubarak to announce he won’t seek reelection in September, many lawyers are closely watching as events unfold.

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