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For more than 35, years Morrison & Foerster has been on the ground advising clients about their most important China-related matters. We were among the first U.S. law firms to establish an office in each of China’s major business centers:

  • Hong Kong (1983; qualified to practice Hong Kong law since 2001)
  • Beijing (1998)
  • Shanghai (2003)

We have more than 60 multilingual U.S.-, PRC-, and Hong Kong-qualified professionals, who work closely with attorneys throughout the firm to deliver calibrated and sound advice to clients.

Our team is consistently ranked for its exceptional legal work throughout China in leading independent directories such as: Chambers Asia Pacific, Legal 500 Asia Pacific, and Bloomberg, among others.

We counsel a wide variety of clients in China on their high-profile investment, finance, and regulatory matters, including many of the world’s largest multinationals and the most substantial and active institutional PRC companies, as well as promising startups in the Internet, technology, entertainment, telecommunications, energy, clean technology, renewable energy, and life sciences industries.

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"Highly regarded for cross-border deals, especially involving high-end US clients looking to expand into the China market, as well as for domestic clients on outbound deals."

“They are responsive, precise and constructive when giving advice.”

(Chambers Asia-Pacific 2019)

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