DLA Piper International is a noted business law firm in the United Kingdom. The firm after being measured by revenue happens to be the third largest that came into existence through a merger of unparalleled scope. The strategy of the firm behind the merger was none other than globalization. This initiative was successful in creating a global firm that was capable enough to handle significant legal needs of its clients wherever it operated.
Apart from contributing to the weal and welfare of different communities all over the world it encourages its lawyers to carry out some pro bono work. This way lawyers provide support to clients in need.
The firm’s not-for-profit initiative, New Perimeter, provides legal assistance in various regions that are under-served in order to promote economic and social development as well as accessibility to justice. Another project of the firm, Break Into Law, has been successful in removing obstacles from the path of employment. DLA Piper has also partnered with UNICEF in order to promote child justice.
DLA Piper is striving to be the major head in environmental sustainability by constantly undertaking initiatives of lessening the environmental footmark of its activities. The firm also happens to be public officials of the UNGC.
The firm promotes a diverse culture as its staff and lawyers are present in more than 40 countries all over America, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa. It achieves all its goals by providing innovative legal and practical solutions to its clients all over the globe.
The firm’s clients range all over from Global 1000, Fortune 500 enterprises and multinational to developing companies emerging technologies.
DLA Piper provides legal services and advices from London and other leading UK centres. It also advises the public sector bodies and government. It provides its clients with business advices on not just banking deals and large scale acquisitions and mergers, but also provides advice on:
- Commercial dealings
- Real estate
- Intellectual property
- Restructuring plans
- International trade
- Energy law
- Tax law
- Finance law
- Employment law
- Corporate law
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