Employment and labor boutique Littler Mendelson is dipping a toe into the warming Asia market. Its three-person Shanghai office opened in March, and an office in Bangalore, India, is expected to accept business as early as October.

Chairwoman Wendy Tice-Wallner said the office initially will be exclusively dedicated to providing immediate help — without the cross-Pacific time difference — with global migration matters and assisting multinational corporations in moving executives into China and, once there, in navigating through matters such as medical exams and police department registration.

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