Nature of practice and clients
Slaughter and May is a leading international law firm with a worldwide corporate, commercial and financing practice. The firm's practice areas include asset management, capital markets, competition, corporate and commercial, dispute resolution, financial regulation, financing, global investigations, IT, IEN, insurance, IP, M&A, outsourcing, pensions and employment, private equity, real estate, restructuring and insolvency and tax.
The firm has clients across the world ranging from governments to entrepreneurs, funds to leading banks, retailers to entertainment companies and diversified industrial conglomerates to Premier League football clubs. The firm provides its clients with a professional service of the highest calibre, combining technical excellence with commercial awareness and a practical, constructive approach to legal issues.
The firm delivers a cross-jurisdictional legal service that genuinely reflects what "global" means for the client. In addition to offices in London, Brussels, Hong Kong and Beijing, the firm has developed close working relationships with market leading independent law firms around the world, working with like-minded experts in their own jurisdictions as a single united team. These integrated teams combine Slaughter and May's extensive experience of cross-border transactions with the expertise and connections of the best lawyers across the globe. This is often referred to as the "best friends" approach. These relationships are not exclusive so the firm retains the flexibility to work with the lawyers most appropriate for the matter in hand. Slaughter and May delivers the very highest quality worldwide legal service - managing complex multi-jurisdictional transactions in a way that is uniquely tailored to client-specific requirements.
Slaughter and MayOne Bunhill RowLondon EC1Y 8YYUnited KingdomT+44 207 600 1200F+44 207 090 5000
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