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Latham & Watkins has launched its first outpost in Mainland China, with the opening of a two-partner Shanghai office. San Francisco partner Rowland Cheng has relocated to Shanghai, where he will head the new office. Singapore-based finance partner James Redway will also relocate to Shanghai, along with two Latham associates. The new office will focus […]

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