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Law firm cancels mandate from the University of Hong Kong

In the dispute over a sculpture commemorating victims in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square, an international law firm has turned its back on the University of Hong Kong (HKU). “Going forward, Mayer Brown will not be representing its long-time client in this matter,” the firm said, according to the Washington Post.

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