JD Supra Contributors – It’s a Global Thing

Here’s a look at some of the JD Supra members coming to us from outside North America. Their presence in the community helps to diversify even further what is already an amazing pool of talent, experience, and expertise. Welcome!

From China:

Liang Yongwe – with offices in Beijing; specializing in FDI and overseas direct investment, project contracting, arbitration, CDM legal affairs, and more. Member of the International Investment Commission under Beijing Municipal Lawyers Association.

From Italy:

Studio legale Tediolilocated in Mantova, Italy; offering services for matters including debt collection, bankruptcy proceedings and liquidations, contract law, and international purchase law.

From Spain:

Goñi y Cajigas Abogados – located in Madrid; mainly focused in Corporate Law, Contractual Law – both national and international – and merger and acquisitions. The firm includes lawyers who have a broad experience regarding additional areas of practice as Administrative Law, Bankruptcy Proceeding and Company Tax Law.

From South Africa:

DE Professional Consultants – with offices in Mauritius, the United Kingdom, and South Africa (and New York and Florida); specializes in tax controversy and risk management, assisting tax lawyers and consultants to formulate tax risk management strategies for their clients, to eliminate surprise IRS audits and Tax Court litigation.

From the United Kingdom:

Nabarro
– Operating in a number of industry sectors and legal disciplines; headquartered in central London, with offices in Sheffield and Brussels. "We draw on longstanding relationships with a network of selected firms worldwide for our cross-border work. We have strategic alliances with partner firms GSK Stockmann & Kollegen in Germany and August & Debouzy in France."

infolaw
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Established in 1991 to provide forms and precedents and law publishing services … have broadened the range of our services to cover all web-based publishing activity. Our products and services are used by over 1,200 law firms, corporate legal departments, barristers, academics, students and a number of law publishers."

There are enough Canadian firms and lawyers in the mix to merit their own roundup in a separate posting. Stayed tuned.

In the meantime, did we leave anyone out? Please let us know. Drop us a comment below.

[In our headphones via Internet Archive: Eyes of the World, the Grateful Dead, May 21, 1974. The University of Washington, Seattle, WA – thirty-four years ago today.]