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International

We understand the international interests and implications of our clients’ affairs. Working with lawyers in other jurisdictions in whom we have confidence, we advise across borders.

 

We know our partner firms well and have a genuine and close relationship with each of them and work together to provide a seamless service to any clients requiring an international service. We are not constrained by formal ties and we will source the right advice best suited to individual clients’ needs or work with our clients’ preferred advisers.


We fully appreciate that with advances in technology and business practices, geographical borders are increasingly irrelevant as clients operate and expand globally.  Our international experience and collaborations give us:

  • the reach to support fully our domestic clients' international projects and ambitions
     
  • the depth of understanding necessary to provide our international clients with a service which reflects their expectations and needs

A large part of our international service deals with inward investment into the UK by foreign nationals and companies alike.

 

 

 

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As an official partner of London & Partners we help businesses wishing to set up in the UK by advising on:

  • company structures
  • UK trading law with regard to buying and selling goods and services in the UK
  • dispute resolution
  • supplier contracts
  • tax structures
  • residential & commercial property
  • immigration
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Malaysia, Singapore & South Korea

We act for Malaysian and Singaporean clients in making investments in the UK. An example of this is our role as preferred solicitors for buyers of residential units in the Battersea Power Station development owned by a Malaysian consortium.

 

We act in transactions involving Korean investment in the UK and represent Koreans wishing to do business or acquire assets in the UK.
 

We are actively involved in supporting and advising Korean organisations in various industries in their entry into the European market, including renewable energy, healthcare, high-tech entrepreneurs (under the Korean government’s project to develop high-tech entrepreneurship), food and entertainment among others.


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