Can UK talent make white shoe firms a good fit in Hong Kong?

Collins, Antony
September 2011
Lawyer;9/5/2011, p10
Trade Publication
The article presents an analysis on whether law firms from New York may outperform British law firms upon entering the legal sector in Hong Kong, China. Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton's Megan Tang sees the company as a Hong Kong law firm. Peter Charlton of Clifford Chance points out that the hires focus more on the quality and the service of experienced local lawyers. Davis Polk & Wardwell's Paul Chow believes on the significance of lawyers who can work on U.S. and Hong Kong issues.


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