Silicon Valley Firms Seek a Bigger Piece of China's Technology Pie

, The Asian Lawyer


The China tech market has so far been dominated by Wall Street law firms, not Silicon Valley ones. Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati and Cooley are looking to change that, though they are taking very different paths.

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  • Liu Pei

    China has a lot of high-tech companies which need money to expand their busiess and need the experienced advisors to help them raise money. These companies can be the target of investors and consulting agencies which provide the consultation services, especially in IPO.

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