Global law firm separates from partner in China over data rules

11/08/2023 | Associated Press

Dentons, one of the world's largest law firms, has announced that it is severing ties with Beijing Dacheng Law Offices due to changes in cybersecurity and data protection regulations in China. Although the company did not provide specific details, the move follows concerns from business groups that foreign companies are delaying or relocating their investments in China due to tighter controls on business, an anti-espionage law, and a data security crackdown.

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