Expanding into Europe and across the globe is a key element of the growth strategy of many US companies.

With offices in the US for over 16 years, our teams in Silicon Valley, San Francisco and New York have worked with more than 600 US companies at all stages of their international growth from emerging businesses to multinationals supporting their entire overseas legal needs.

Our US offices do not practise law domestically, but rather offer access to highly experienced European and Asian lawyers who can pragmatically advise on how to succeed in a global market. For US companies we manage and provide guidance on all aspects of doing business overseas which range from our fixed fee setup services for market entry to all legal services required by fast-growth US businesses or watch our video to hear more.

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