International law firm Clifford Chance announced yesterday that it has expanded its China litigation and arbitration team with three new hires.
Ann Chen, a senior intellectual property IP lawyer and patent attorney, joined the firm in Shanghai, as did Bing Yu, a senior litigationarbitration lawyer. Associate Lei Shi has also joined and will be based in Hong Kong focusing on mainland-related work.
China's new position in the world economy has generated increased demand from Asian and international clients for litigation, arbitration and IP advice on their mainland business ventures, said Martin Rogers, Clifford Chance's head of litigation and dispute resolution in Asia.
Chen has bachelor of science degrees in history and...