Will More Law Firms Look to Joint Ventures For China Business?

Hogan Lovells' launch of a joint operation with China’s Fidelity Law Firm earlier this month again highlighted the need among international firms to have Chinese law capability.

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  • Tweeting Ted Boutrous and Followers Vow to Fend Off Trump for Free

    By Vivia Chen

    The Twitter accounts of lawyers are usually lonely, desolate places ignored by many and visited by a nerdy few, but Ted Boutrous just broke away from that pack. On Saturday, Boutrous, the co-head of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher’s global litigation department, lit up Twitter with an offer to represent pro bono anyone sued by Donald Trump.

  • Challenging Market Conditions Sees Profit Margins Fall at UK's Largest Law Firms

    By Chris Johnson

    A combination of growing pressure from clients on fees, increasing associate salary costs and declining productivity is causing profit margins to fall at the U.K.'s largest law firms, according to a new survey by big four accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.

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