Foley Hoag is beefing up its international arbitration practice and will soon open an office in Paris, the firm announced on Thursday.

The firm has hired Bruno Leurent and Thomas Bevilacqua of Winston & Strawn to head up the newest Foley outpost. The two — Leurent already has joined the firm and Bevilacqua will join today — will practice as part of Foley’s international litigation and arbitration practice, led by Washington, D.C., partners Paul Reichler and Ronald Goodman.

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