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Bingham Merges With Tokyo Firm


Bingham McCutchen has merged with a second Japanese law firm as part of an expansion of its Tokyo office.

Bingham will merge with New Tokyo International Law Office, a 22-lawyer firm, the Recorder reports. New Tokyo focuses on insolvency, corporate finance and litigation, a press release says.

Bingham combined with Sakai & Mimura in January. The latest merger gives the U.S. firm more than 50 Japanese lawyers in Tokyo.

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