Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe on Tuesday opened its new Hong Kong office, which comes out of the firm’s agreement to acquire most of Coudert Brothers’ China practice.
San Francisco-based Orrick in August agreed to take on nine partners and about 30 other lawyers from Coudert’s offices in Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai after the storied 152-year-old New York firm that wrote the book on international operations decided to disband. For Orrick, the deal would give the firm its first China presence.
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