One thing Fox Rothschild family law partner Eric S. Solotoff has learned in the five years his practice group has run a blog is that clients are looking for lawyers in less traditional ways
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Saul Ewing has made official its ties to the Chinese market, creating an alliance with Beijing-based Concord & Partners
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