TAGLaw in the Press
Karen Mason and Greg Noschese join the Advisory Board of renowned international alliance of law firms.
TAGLaw®, riding a wave of momentum from 2017 which saw the addition of nine new member firms, is welcoming two new Advisory Board members. The new Advisory Board members, who are prominent lawyers from around the world, include:
Various roles of the Advisory Board include assisting TAGLaw’s management in reviewing prospective new members, offering feedback for the planning of international conferences and providing valuable guidance on future plans and initiatives. The Advisory Board holds meetings at TAGLaw’s semi-annual international conferences.
Eldib & Co. was first established in 1875 in the city of Alexandria. Today, the firm has offices throughout North Africa in Cairo, Alexandria and Tripoli. Catering to both local and international clients across the legal spectrum including but not limited to Corporate and Commercial Law, Dispute Resolution, Oil and Gas, Construction, Intellectual Property, the firm covers numerous industries from established sectors to emerging markets, and Real Estate.
Founded in 1991 and based in the Principality of Liechtenstein, Walch & Schurti Attorneys at Law Ltd is an international commercial practice with more than 16 lawyers . The firm's lawyers have trained in several jurisdictions (Austria, California, Germany, England and Wales, Ireland, Liechtenstein, New York, Switzerland and Singapore) and gained working experience in some of the most prestigious international law firms. During the past decades, the firm has become one of Liechtenstein's leading firms and developed a strong litigation department.
TAG Alliances recently held its Fall 2017 International Conference in Quebec City, Canada. Delegates from law and accounting firms from around the world were in attendance. In addition to strengthening the international relationships with members in the TAG Alliances, the attendees discussed the issues and opportunities stemming from cyber security, artificial intelligence and climate change.