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Abbiss Cadres reaches across borders

20 January 2012 |

Helping our clients make the most of their people and their organisations around the world is a key aim of Abbiss Cadres.  We do this by working with our correspondent firms.

Since we were established in May 2008 we have helped our clients with legal issues in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Ghana, Italy, Mozambique, Netherlands, Nigeria, Poland, Portugal, Russia, South Africa, Spain and Switzerland, in addition to working with our client’s own lawyers in varied locations from Mauritius to Canada and the United States.

The instructions reflect the nature of our corporate clients – more than half are international.  They include very large public and private entities headquartered in any one of four continents (Africa, Asia, Europe and North America) to smaller clients seeking international expansion for the first time.

We are able to offer all our clients a truly international service without incurring the costs associated with instructing a larger City of London based firm.  Don’t take our word for it.  Our clients at Method in San Francisco say we “are a refreshing change from the more traditional lawyers.  [Abbiss Cadres] have been willing to work with us in creative and cost saving ways – even when we are separated by many miles.”

For more information why not get in touch.

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