Finding a lawyer in another country, with the appropriate specialist experience, who operates high quality standards and speaks your language, is time consuming and often very difficult. Whether you are a company director needing such support or a lawyer working in-house or in private practice, World Link for Law is able to help. Our member firms offer a comprehensive range of international legal services.
World Link for Law members provide a broad range of international legal services and each member is well connected to other local independent professional advisers (such as accountants, business advisers, tax consultants or property consultants) who are able to provide you with a complete solution for your business needs.
Our member firm's international legal services include:
Company formations; mergers and business acquisitions
Litigation and dispute resolution
Intellectual Property law: copyright, trademarks and patents.
Financial property transactions
Joint ventures; agency and distribution agreements
Public, administrative and international law
Many members also advise clients about specialist areas of law such as shipping, transport and distribution; and sports law. World Link for Law’s Administration has a regularly updated database of all members and their skills and individual contact partners. If you need advice in relation to a specific service in a specific country (or groups of countries), World Link for Law's Administration Service can help you find the most appropriate assistance.
World Link for Law has worked together as a team to produce:
(a) a Mergers and Acquisitions Due Diligence Check
List. This identifies issues and subjects that
a purchaser of a business or company may ask a seller. It
is an ‘international cross-border' document, but may
need to be customised to suit specific locations, situations
(b) an Agency and Distribution Agreement
Checklist, identifying key issues in international
cross-border agency and distribution agreements in relation
to relevant laws.
(c) an international company formation guide, identifying
different types of company formation options and general
procedural requirements in various countries around the
If you are interested in receiving a copy of either of
these documents please contact the World
Link for Law member in your country.
Competitive fee rates
Whilst we don't set out to compete on costs alone, our structure
makes it inevitable that we are often able to provide services
of equivalent quality to the major international practices at
beneficial cost savings to clients.
Individual member firms or groups of firms are happy to organise
training courses for you or your staff on a wide range of
legal and practical issues. Please contact the Administration
Service if you would like to discuss your training requirements.