Curtis to open Beijing office, eyes Asian expansion
New York firm Curtis Mallet-Prevost Colt & Mosle (Curtis) is to open a Beijing office in March this year, the firm's first base in East Asia. The 300-lawyer outfit, which currently has 15 offices globally, said the Beijing base will initially focus on international trade matters, with a view to launching new practices in the future. Located in the China Life tower in the Chaoyang district of the Chinese capital, it will be led by international trade partners William Barringer and Daniel Porter, alongside two senior associates and two trade analysts, three of whom are Chinese nationals.
New York firm Curtis Mallet-Prevost Colt & Mosle (Curtis) is to open a Beijing office in March this year, the firm’s first base in East Asia.
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