Pillsbury turns profit after first year in Hong Kong as Clydes hires pay off
In its first year of operation, Pillsbury's Hong Kong base has turned a profit. Office head Paul Jebely explains the firm's 'niche and very different' strategy
In May, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman’s Hong Kong office managed to become profitable. While this is the goal of any law firm active in Hong Kong, Pillsbury’s feat was remarkable because it occurred after the firm had been operating in Hong Kong for only one year. In a market that is notoriously tough, Pillsbury was able to beat all expectations by being different.
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