Chinese law firms: A roundup of recent office openings (July 24)
- Shanghai Hui Ye Law Firm has opened two offices in the Lianyungang Free Trade Zone and Haikou, which are the firm’s twenty-five and twenty-six branches, respectively.
The Lianyungang FTZ office is Hui Ye’s fifth office in Jiangsu province and the launching of which has further completed the firm’s strategic layout in the Yangtze River Delta region. It eyes for the development of an international port and the medicine and health industry inside the FTZ, and will provide services in the areas of corporate law, finance and insurance, real estate and construction, as well as criminal compliance.
Meanwhile, the launching of the Haikou office has completed Hui Ye’s network along China’s coastline. It will focus on twelfth main industries in Hainan, including healthcare, finance, tourism, logistics, real estate and medicine. Hui Ye is the fourth law firm venturing into the Hainan market recently.
- Shenzhen-headquartered China Commercial Law Firm has opened a new office in Wuhan, which is the firm’s twenty-six branch in China. The new office will provide services to the whole central China region.
It now has a headcount of about fifty people, including core partners Dai Qiang, Ding Zhongtang and Zhang Bin.
China Commercial speeds up on expansion this year with the opening of three offices, Guangzhou, Xi’an and Yiwu, in the past few months.
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