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International Law Firm Network

Connected Country By Country

We have developed an international network of foreign firms who are leaders in their jurisdictions and bring deep local market knowledge. We have hand-selected these firms across 55 countries, and our lawyers have cultivated strong, long-standing relationships around the globe.  We utilize our network to tap the strongest in-country legal team to handle any client matter. And we continuously monitor our legal network — with an eye toward evaluating quality and cost of service.

Our Approach 

We are well versed in the nuances of doing business outside of the United States and representing overseas companies and investors doing business in America. We appreciate and understand the importance of being focused on cost containment and value add for every matter we work on. Our teams can include capabilities at various staffing levels to ensure efficient and cost-effective delivery of legal services. We aim to partner with our clients and our law firm contacts to create flexible pricing solutions that drive win-win relationships.


  • Access overseas capital sources and comply with local regulation
  • Acquire international businesses and assets
  • Establish business relationships and strategic alliances
  • Protect intellectual property globally
  • Protect directors and officers managing companies or investments with non-US interests


  • Access to US capital markets, including listings and public offerings
  • Financing, acquiring, and developing or leasing US real estate assets
  • Acquiring and selling US-based companies or assets
  • Selling products in the US and consumer product safety
  • Protecting directors and officers responsible for managing companies or investments with non-US interests
  • Compliance with US financial services regulations and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)
  • Protecting intellectual property rights, including through litigation
  • Compliance with US privacy laws
  • Antitrust and competition law requirements
  • Labor and employment laws and other regulatory issues
  • Foreign ownership laws, immigration, and taxation
  • Legislation and regulatory strategies
  • Establishing strategic alliances, partnerships, and marketing arrangements