Foley & Lardner’s planned entrance into China is far from typical.

First of all, the IP-heavy firm isn’t just aiming to jump into the river of cross-border M&A deal flow. Second, their first big client in China is the Special Olympics, which will be held in Shanghai later this year. And third, the Weil, Gotshal & Manges lawyer the firm lured away last week to head its future Shanghai office, Catherine Sun, is on maternity leave until the end of May.

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