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The 2020 Global 200, with rankings by revenue, head count and profits per equity partner, as well as stories about the state of the legal market in select regions of the world.


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After a year of political unrest in Hong Kong, many have turned their focus to Singapore to see if the city-state could emerge as a new financial center for Asia.

Understandably, law firms have been slow to comment on the situation in Hong Kong, but a few, including Osborne Clarke and Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, have voted with their feet by closing offices, while others have reduced staff. At the same time, there have been plenty of firms building up in Singapore.

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