Morrison & Foerster has added a partner in Beijing.
Thomas Man, a former Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe partner, advises on general corporate deals with a focus on China-related mergers and acquisitions.
He rejoined Orrick as Beijing partner last year after leaving the firm in 2008 to become a partner at the firm now known as  Hogan Lovells. He first joined Orrick in 2007 from the Shanghai office of Baker & McKenzie. He also previously worked in that firm’s Chicago and Hong Kong offices.
In 2010, he advised Texas Instruments, Inc. on the establishment of its first electronic wafer factory in China, as well as its asset sale to Cension Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd., a Chinese state-owned semiconductor manufacturer based in Chengdu.
San Francisco-based Morrison & Foerster has eight lawyers in its Beijing office. The firm also has China offices in Hong Kong and Shanghai.

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