What will global law look like tomorrow? What about global business? One thing is for certain—both global law and business will look different. If you want to be a player in global business law, this is no time to stand still.
Globalization and other factors -- such as more government regulation and more aggressive enforcement, increased sophistication of financial instruments, the expansion of vibrant commerce into many new geographies-- have caused a landslide shift in global law and business. Highly experienced, skilled and proactive legal advice is indispensable for day-to-day business management around the world. To practice law in any global business today, one needs an international perspective and cross-border experience.
Business, culture, economics, law and politics are interlinked elements driving this. How will corporate legal departments better deliver legal services worldwide? Global law and business connect within company law departments in relation to contracts and agreements, cross-border transactions, international trade, regional and country-specific compliance, and many other areas.
Global law and business connect for law firms with multiple offices worldwide, as they aim to provide legal advice to the world’s largest companies. In delivering legal services on transactions, finance, dispute resolution and in many other areas, will global law firms succeed at providing seamless cross-border service? To play in the global arena, requires agility, speed, skill and stamina. The top international law firm competition is diverse and strong.
Corporate law departments learn from each other. Global corporate legal departments benefit from benchmarking structures and approaches, and sharing best practices.
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