In today's increasingly global economy where businesses operate from numerous locations throughout the world, Saul Ewing understands the value of mutually beneficial relationships with its counterparts in different countries and continents. As part of this growing global interdependence, Saul Ewing recognizes the vital role China is playing on the world stage.
While the Firm enjoys strong global alliances with leading law firms around the world through its participation in Interlex, in March 2009 – to support its clients doing or seeking to do business in China – Saul Ewing entered into a collaborative relationship with Concord & Partners, one of the top law firms in China. The alliance will enable both law firms to better serve their respective clients that have or want to do business in the United States and China.
Founded in 1995 and headquartered in Beijing with offices in Shanghai and Shenzhen, Concord & Partners is focused on providing full legal service to those companies with operations in China. Its attorneys counsel clients on mergers & acquisitions, project financing, inter-financial institutions strategic investment and financing via the capital market both within and outside the territory of China. The Firm also handles foreign investment, real estate, intellectual property, arbitration and litigation. Concord & Partners continued attention to these core areas guarantees that their clients' basic legal requirements are satisfied on a timely and comprehensive basis.
Under terms of the alliance, Saul Ewing clients that have business operations in China, as well as those contemplating doing business in China, will have ready access to top-tier attorneys who are licensed to practice in China and who will provide counsel on the most efficient ways to achieve their business objectives in China.
Saul Ewing and Concord & Partners will remain separate legal entities and keep separate fee structures, but share referrals and do joint marketing.
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DISCLAIMER: Concord & Partners firms are entirely independent of one another. Concord & Partners is not a partnership or joint venture, and each member firm is, and will continue to be, solely responsible for its own work product and staff. Prospective clients should make their own judgments about the suitability of any law firm or lawyer for their particular legal needs.