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Harper Grey’s legal alliance, TAGLaw, awarded Elite Ranking in Chambers Global 2015

March 18, 2015

Harper Grey announces that their legal alliance, TAGLaw®, has been recognized as Elite in the Chambers Global 2015 rankings guide for legal networks. The Chambers rankings are based in part on the quality of TAGLaw’s independent law firm members and the service the firms provide to their clients. In addition to quality, Chambers considers the global reach of a legal alliance. TAGLaw’s international footprint encompasses 155 independent member firms that employ over 9,400 lawyers located in 328 offices throughout 87 countries. These metrics make TAGLaw one of the four largest law firm alliances in the world.

As an independent member of TAGLaw, Harper Grey provides its clients with access to high quality legal, accounting and financial representation around the world.

Our membership in TAGLaw provides us with the ability to connect our clients with the specific legal services they need anywhere their business takes them”, said Richard Bereti, Managing Partner of Harper Grey, TAGLaw’s British Columbia member. “Since joining TAGLaw, we have developed strong relationships with member firms throughout the world, so we know and trust them. TAGLaw is dynamic and progressive. Our firm proudly hosted the 2015 TAGLaw / TIAG Western Region Conference, the first such conference to welcome TIAG members. As TAGLaw grows and diversifies, so too do the opportunities it affords our clients.”

Chambers has been ranking law firms and lawyers since 1990 and serve as an important resource for international in-house counsel. The guides now cover 185 jurisdictions throughout the world. In selecting networks for their Elite award status, Chambers pays particular attention to the quality of the firms in the network and to their global reach. TAGLaw, with its presence in over 87 countries, has leading firms in each jurisdiction providing legal services to companies ranging from the Fortune 1000 to local businesses. With experience in more than 20 practice areas and dozens of industries, TAGLaw offers a formidable capability to its members’ clients.

We are very pleased at the recognition by Chambers Global 2015 as one of the world’s few ‘Elite’ legal alliances,” said Robert Sattin, President of TAGLaw and the TAG Alliances. “It is a testament to the quality of our firms throughout the world. When you combine 155 law firm members in TAGLaw with the affiliation of top accounting firms and services providers in TIAG and TAG-SP, our multidisciplinary strength is unparalleled.

Learn more about the TAGLaw Alliance here.

Learn more about Chambers Global 2015 here.

Important Notice: The information contained in this Article is intended for general information purposes only and does not create a lawyer-client relationship. It is not intended as legal advice from Harper Grey LLP or the individual author(s), nor intended as a substitute for legal advice on any specific subject matter. Detailed legal counsel should be sought prior to undertaking any legal matter. The information contained in this Article is current to the last update and may change. Last Update: January 16, 2024.

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