TAGLaw in the Press
Gbenga Biobaku & Co. (GBC) is a leading Nigerian commercial law firm located in Lagos, the commercial capital of Nigeria, with a representative office in Port Harcourt, the oil and gas nerve centre of the country. The firm has 11 lawyers and is ranked by IFLR and Corporate INTL.
The firm provides legal advisory and related services to a diverse portfolio of clients ranging from multinational corporations to local corporate entities, entrepreneurs, government parastatals and non-governmental organizations.
Courtenay Coye LLP is one of the top law firms in Belize. The firm’s six lawyers, a large number for the market, enlist more than 70 years of combined experience. The firm frequently advises clients on complex legal transactions and matters and appears on behalf of clients at all levels of courts including the Caribbean Court of Justice, Belize’s highest appellate court. The firm serves a broad range of clients locally and internationally including private individuals, corporations and banks (both state and private).
Zhuoxin Law Firm is one of the larger-scale comprehensive law firms in China. Since its establishment in 1999 in Guangzhou, Zhuoxin has been gradually building recognition and renown in the legal field through years of development. With more than 70 lawyers and experts, Zhuoxin provides professional legal services to various kinds of foreign and domestic companies, enterprises, governmental institutions and individuals.
TAG Alliances recently hosted a member webinar to discuss Brexit. The webinar highlighted various issues and more importantly, opportunities, stemming from this historic Brexit decision.
TAGLaw has been featured in The Lawyer article "Network bosses: Dentons is not a threat." In response to Dentons' launch of the free Nextlaw Global Referral Network, Richard Attisha the President & CEO of TAGLaw, joins a panel of fellow legal association leaders to discuss the difference between "independent law firm networks" and "international law firms' networks".
Additionally, the article ranks TAGLaw as 2nd among the top international legal associations based on the number of member firms.