“I was recently able to reach out to Steven Yu of Hiways Law Firm in Shanghai, China who assisted our client in locating governmental filings in China that were required in order for our client to complete their audit.”
—Paul Tauber; Coblentz Patch Duffy & Bass LLP (San Francisco, CA, USA)
"Recently, we received a referral from Cornick Garber & Sandler in New York City (TIAG). We were able to deliver great service to the client and earn their trust which then led to the opportunity of referring the client to our local TAGLaw member in London, Boodle Hatfield. One referral yielded: extraordinary benefits to our firm, Cornick being able to service their client’s international needs, and the opportunity to strengthen our own local relationships."
—Lisa Spearman; Mercer & Hole (London, England - TIAG)
“This is one of many similar TAGLaw experiences I have had over the years. Recently, a U.S. client, a consulting and software firm, needed to form a Canadian entity on a very short timeline. We contacted TAGLaw member Blaney McMurtry in Toronto. Within one day, Blaney assembled the right team and got the job done. The client was happy and impressed.”
—Larry Jordan; Jaffe Raitt Heuer & Weiss (Michigan, USA)
“Our client in New Jersey purchased the asset of a California company with a subsidiary in Mexico. That Mexican company operated as a Maquiladoras company. We had no knowledge of those provisions or how to set up a company in Mexico to operate under the Maquiladoras provisions. We contacted Guillermo Garay Espinosa at Kuri Breña (Mexico – TAGLaw) who then provided us with a significant amount of information on the subject. His firm has been retained as the client's Mexican law firm and is in the process of setting up the Mexican subsidiary as well as registering that subsidiary as a Maquiladoras company.”
—Andrew Silverstein; Dorfman Abrams Music (New Jersey, USA – TIAG)