Fulbright & Jaworski, which has had an office in Hong Kong since 1990, is moving onto mainland China with a new office in Beijing.

The firm announced the new office on Thursday, but it has been open for about a month and a half, says Jeffrey Blount, partner in charge of the Beijing office. Blount is co-head of the firm’s international department and also remains as partner in charge of the Hong Kong office.

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