Our International Reach
Our clients are increasingly seeking cross-border opportunities and our international teams see beyond the complexity this can bring.
The world is getting smaller. Despite Brexit many businesses and individuals are still considering overseas investment and for those based overseas.
We have a team with insights into the overseas markets and the challenges that businesses may face. Our approach is to offer legal advice alongside business solutions. And a team of legal professionals with the ability to converse in a broad array of languages.
In addition, we have on the ground representation overseas for our clients through membership of a number of international networks.
Our long established links with overseas law firms helps us get the best results for our clients – we can overcome social, cultural and language barriers
Some of the memberships we are part of …
With access to over 10,000 lawyers across 150 commercial centres, we not only advise inward investors but also UK developers on the expectations and approach of their international counterparts.
This “global reach” coupled with our London and regional office structure, in depth knowledge of their markets and access to key local and national decision makers, gives us a considerable advantage when compared to many city and regional competitors.Play Video
State Law Resources (SLR) connects businesses, trade associations and public policy coalitions to the highest quality legal representation across its jurisdictions.
We were hand selected for membership due to our extensive experience in government relations and administrative and regulatory law at a national level.
The Associated European Energy Consultants (AEEC) is an association of pre-eminent energy law specialists throughout 19 different EU Member States.
As a member we are considered to be among the leading energy law firms in the country with expertise in utility, communication, and environmental law. We participate in projects and regular exchange of reliable information regarding the dynamic legal and economic development of the energy sector at European level.
As members we are also well versed in cross-border consultation in energy and utility law matters, including advising on international energy trading and supporting parallel multinational activities.
We are long standing members of the International Trademark Association (INTA), which is a global association of brand owners and professionals dedicated to supporting trademarks and related intellectual property (IP). INTA’s objectives are to foster consumer trust, economic growth, and innovation
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