South Korea's decision to lift restrictions barring U.S. and U.K. law firms from opening offices in the country resulted in some of the world's top firms applying to establish operations in that market. Now, lawyers from three of the firms have received final approval to be a foreign legal consultant -- a key step toward opening offices in the country.
Korean Government Approves Three Law Firms' Prospective Office Heads
The Am Law Daily
June 15, 2012