We told you last December about a small software business that sued a Chinese firm for piracy and found itself the victim of a hack-attack, and the hacking extended to the law firm representing the business in the case. Last month's report by U.S. cybersecurity firm Mandiant linking the hacking of 141 entities, mostly in the U.S., to a Chinese military facility in Shanghai got major national coverage. This week The Asian Lawyer points out something that didn't receive a lot of attention -- four of the 141 entities were law firms. Mandiant's general counsel states the obvious: law firms make ideal targets for hackers. For interesting insights into China and hacking check out this post by James Fallows at The Atlantic.