Success Stories


“When asked to reflect on the importance of TAGLaw to our firm, the words elite, professional and reliable come to mind. Our firm has been a member of TAGLaw since 2002. Along with the impressive international networking, our firm values the proven efficient and dependable first-rate service that TAGLaw members have provided to our clients. One of our most impactful memories occurred a couple of years ago when a client in Colorado needed a time sensitive legal document notarized. Because our firm didn’t have an office in the area, we were able to call a TAGLaw colleague in Denver who in a matter of hours sent a paralegal to meet the client with the appropriate document. This experience not only impressed our client with our ability to move quickly but also assured us that our members are reliable and always have our back. Our firm is honored to be a part of a top-notch international alliance and we look forward to future successes with TAGLaw.”

—Larry Drapkin; Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP (Los Angeles, California, USA)


FFF“My firm is a relatively recent addition to the TAGLaw and TAG Alliances world. Upon attending the International Conference in Lisbon, I was however, immediately, and once again, struck by the benefits of having different professional disciplines coming together under one roof in order to give fresh perspectives and outlooks to each other about common professional challenges and issues.”

—Tonio Fenech; Fenech Farrugia Fiott Legal (Malta)


williams mullen spencer fane“In 2016 Elizabeth Scott of Williams Mullen was pleased to work with Kelly Campbell of Spencer Fane (Missouri, USA) to secure dismissal for a South Carolina aviation parts distributor in a wrongful death suit arising out of a Jackson County, Missouri plane crash. This action remains pending against other defendants. In addition to offering excellent legal advice and assistance, Ms. Campbell even came through with a suit jacket when Ms. Scott’s’ bags were lost in travel and failed to arrive prior to the hearing.”

Elizabeth Scott; Williams Mullen (North Carolina & Virginia, USA)


kirton kuits kochhar“This is a developing story...because of our firms expertise in religious and charitable organizations, Robert Levy of Kuits Solicitors in Manchester, England  contacted me following the Edinburgh Conference to discuss the need of a potential client--a large religious charity based in India, which was looking to expand into North America. When I spoke to the client, it became apparent they needed initial help to consolidate thier legal identity in India before moving into other countries. I reached out to TAGLaw Member firm Kochhar & Co. in India to help them prior to resuming their push into the U.S. The client has appreciated the level of expertise we have and the willingness we have shown to share contacts in order to get the work done! We anticipate this will develop into work for all three TAGLaw firms: Kuits, Kirton McConkie and Kochhar & Co.!”

—Willis Orton, Kirton McConkie (Utah, USA)


martin pringle coblentz“At the Edinburgh Conference, Paul Tauber of Coblentz Patch Duffy & Bass LLP (San Francisco, California, USA) asked me if we had someone who could help with a transaction that involved a Kansas company. I put him in touch with Doug Silvius and they recently completed this matter. I know Paul was very pleased with the cooperation and skill Doug brought to the deal and we hope it will continue with on-going work for the Kansas client. ”

—Jeff Kennedy; Martin, Pringle, Oliver, Wallace & Bauer, LLP (Kansas, USA)