The National Law Journal's NLJ350 survey found that U.S. firms expanded their Beijing offices last year by a greater percentage than anywhere else.
Forget international mergers or overseas offices. Leading Chinese law firm Jun He sees plenty of room for expansion on its own turf.
The Chicago-based labor and employment firm has recruited eight partners for new offices in Sydney and Melbourne.
It will be the first Asian office for the Dallas-based firm.
The U.K. firm has entered into an exclusive arrangement with 16-lawyer Hashidate Law Office.
The Cambodian firm says its new Vientiane office will focus on banking, finance, and commercial matters
Former U.S. defense contractor Edward Snowden chose Hong Kong to introduce himself to the world as the source for a series of major leaks about NSA surveillance programs. But it's hardly the ideal choice for someone seeking to avoid prosecution in America.