At Cleantech Cadre we have a strong track record of advising on international matters.

The team has advised on projects, transactions and complex regulatory issues across Europe, Africa, Asia, Australasia, South America and the Caribbean. 

As an independent boutique we are not compelled to use a particular overseas office of a large firm, where coverage can be patchy in specialist areas. We have strong links to overseas firms, carefully chosen for the same reasons you choose us: sector expertise and adherence to exacting quality standards. Our clients get to work with the most appropriate specialists, with local insights, to deliver the required solutions worldwide.  We can provide all the hands-on support, coordination and management you need.

Global project coordinators

For clients with an international footprint we frequently act as international  coordinator on major mandates whether transactional, contentious or project based.

With 7 years at one of the largest US law firms in London, Steve is well versed in the art of “translating” complex regulatory issues for international clients, producing risk weighted conclusions to support commercial decision making. The team are used to working with local counsel to deliver multi-jurisdiction advice and FAQs.

Working with other law firms

We regularly provide UK and European legal advice to foreign firms needing to instruct English counsel on behalf of their clients, or to work with them on cross-border transactions providing support in our specialist areas.  This applies equally to the majority of firms who don’t have specialists like us on the bench.

Get in touch to discuss how we can help you achieve your global ambitions.

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Introducing Cleantech Cadre

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