At Blake Morgan, we have a reputation for building life-time relationships with international clients helping them to navigate through the commercial affairs and business challenges that affect their organisation as well as advising them on a range of personal issues.
To support our clients’ international strategies, we have developed strong relationships with legal and financial communities across all jurisdictions in the world. As members of TAGLaw, our relationships with global firms ensure we are best placed to help you and your business. Whether its understanding changes to employment law in your subsidiaries or overseas tax requirements, we have the resources to fulfil all your legal needs.
We draw on the expertise of a network of specialist lawyers from across the globe in order to ensure that cross-border transactions are completed seamlessly and successfully.
The commercial litigation team offers the full spectrum of City and international dispute resolution work in domestic and overseas courts and in international arbitration. Our practice comprises complex international (often multi-jurisdictional) commercial disputes that have a UK dimension, and pre-litigation strategic advice and ongoing dispute resolution support for clients with disputes in offshore or other common law jurisdictions. For more information, click here.
By actively participating in TAGLaw practice working groups, our legal experts draw on the cultural understanding, wealth of local knowledge and language skills of fellow members, combining resources and expertise to achieve the best possible results for our clients.
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