SEATTLE — For lawyers, there’s opportunity amid the pepper-spray-laced protests and policy discussions taking place at the World Trade Organization’s ministerial conference in Seattle this week.
The WTO is taking up rules that could open the U.S. legal market to more foreign competition, and — more broadly — is negotiating agreements that may bring new business opportunities for lawyers working with a variety of industries.
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