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Three new firms join fast-growing Ally Law

Hong Kong, 21 December 2018: Ally Law has announced the addition of three new members, taking to 10 the number of firms which have joined the global legal services organisation this year.

Summit Law Group in Seattle, Latvian firm Spridzans and Joyn Legal in Belgium have all met Ally Law’s rigorous selection criteria and will be formally welcomed at the group’s AGM in March.

“With almost 70 firms in nearly 50 jurisdictions worldwide, Ally Law has built up a significant global network which means member firms can offer enhanced services to their clients via referrals and introductions,” commented Boase Cohen & Collins Senior Partner Colin Cohen, who chairs Ally Law’s Expansion Committee.

“In addition to the three firms which have just joined, this year we have welcomed new members in Portugal, Indonesia, South Korea, Taiwan, Ukraine, Luxembourg and Brazil. We will continue to actively seek new recruits, with a particular focus on Asia, as we work towards our goal of having 90 members by the year 2020.”

Summit Law Group was formed in 1997 by 12 partners from large national firms and is highly regarded in the areas of complex business litigation, environmental law, and labour and employment.

Riga-based Spridzans was formed in 2015 by Ansis Spridzans after 17 years’ experience in banking and finance, capital markets and M&A. He was previously Chairman of the Privatisation Agency of Latvia. Joyn Legal in Brussels has already handled several matters for Ally Law members and has a strong tax and banking practice.

Boase Cohen & Collins is Hong Kong’s sole representative in Ally Law, which utilises close co-operation between members to help clients overcome their international legal and business challenges. The organisation’s 2019 AGM will take place on 6-9 March in New Delhi.

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Ally Law has enhanced its global footprint with new members in Seattle, Brussels and Riga.