Rimon Law, a law firm operating on a decentralized, distributed model, has opened an office in Seoul.
With the COVID-19 pandemic rendering offices empty (for the large part), and triggering new remote working policies and protocols, the future of the traditional office remains uncertain. And this has come at a time when virtual law firms – such as Rimon Law, which recently opened an office in Shenzhen – grow in prominence. However, some in the industry feel that working virtually may not be for everyone just yet.
By Aparna Sai
Cloud-based law firm Rimon Law has hired Xiaowei Ye as a partner in the firm’s Shenzhen and Washington DC offices. Ye was managing partner of Morgan Lewis & Bockius’ Beijing office between 2014 and 2018.