The U.K. firm has brought aboard former Dewey & LeBoeuf Beijing office head Ingrid Zhu-Clark.
|May 20, 2013
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Eversheds has hired a managing partner and a special counsel for its new Beijing office.
Ingrid Zhu-Clark is joining Eversheds as Beijing office head after less than a year in the local office of
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius. A specialist in energy-related transactions, Zhu-Clark headed Dewey & LeBoeuf’s Beijing office for over a decade until that firm’s dissolution last year. Earlier in her career, she was an associate with the former
Lovells in Beijing.
Special counsel Jay Ze is also joining Eversheds in Beijing. He was previously a counsel in the Beijing office of Spanish law firm
Uría Menéndez. Ze focuses on advising Chinese state-owned companies and investment banks on mergers and acquisitions deals. He joined Uría Menéndez last year from
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, where he was associate.
Eversheds announced plans for a Beijing office last fall though it only officially opened Monday.
In Asia, Eversheds has 49 lawyers working in its Shanghai, Hong Kong and Singapore offices. Globally, it has over 1,200 lawyers.
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