In an increasingly interconnected world, businesses and individuals face an array of complex international challenges. At BurgherGray, our international practice stands at the forefront of cross-border legal solutions, dedicated to assisting clients navigate the intricacies of multiple jurisdictions. With affiliate offices in several nations, we serve international, national, and local clientele, including major corporations, small and emerging businesses, and individuals. Representing global corporations, supporting emerging startups with international goals, or addressing individual international complexities, BurgherGray offers unwavering support. The firm focuses on safeguarding interests and transforming global challenges into opportunities for progress.
Our international practice encompasses both inbound and outbound services. We guide global companies in all aspects of doing business in a foreign country including in understanding cultural nuances and navigating through local rules and regulations. Similarly, we assist foreign clients in navigating the complexities of doing business in the United States and in structuring their U.S. operations effectively.
BurgherGray’s attorneys are known for their commitment to high-quality work, creativity, and cost-effective service. Our attorneys have extensive experience in a wide spectrum of international matters, ranging from cross-border transactions, international dispute resolution, foreign direct investments, to international trade regulations. Furthermore, they pride themselves on their deep understanding of both the nuances of international law and the local dynamics of the various jurisdiction. This dual expertise ensures that our clients receive holistic, effective, and strategic counsel, no matter where their ventures lead them.
- Asia: India and Japan
- African: Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Egypt, and Morocco
- Latin America: Mexico and South America
- Europe: England, Germany, France
- Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
- Business Immigration
- Business Law and Corporate Law
- Fintech and Financial Services
- Intellectual Property Protection and Montetization
- Labor and Employment
- M&A (Mergers and Acquisitions)
- Real Estate/Hospitality
- Tax Planning
- Technology Transactions