Earlier this month, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe announced a tidy little agreement with Coudert Brothers for the orderly arrival of nine of the dissolving firm’s 11 partners in China.

But beneath the surface, the dissolution of Coudert’s China practice isn’t so tidy. Intent on finding a foothold in the region, some of the world’s largest law firms are making a play for parts of the practice.

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