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International

Specialising in international trade and business migration within Europe

International

Our clients are operating in a global market place so we are constantly developing ways of supporting our clients’ international legal requirements. More than 60% of our clients are international, and we act for both inward investors and exporters.

So why use ebl miller rosenfalck for your international work?

We are a full service business law firm specialising in international trade and business migration within Europe. We have vast experience in managing our clients’ legal requirements in the UK, in Europe and also in the US and the Far East.

Many of our lawyers are qualified in more than one jurisdiction and/or have experience working outside the UK so they understand our clients’ needs when it comes to their international business.

International desks

UK businesses

We advise and support UK-based companies wishing to grow their business internationally in mainland Europe and beyond.

Overseas businesses

We advise overseas companies wishing to trade with or set up a business in the UK. 

international network

The firm is a partner in ebl legal services, a provider of European business law support

We also have long term working relationships with professional firms outside the UK, and are active members of Warwick Legal Network, a leading network of law firms. We are listed for investor support by the UK Investment Support Directory.

Inward investment
We help overseas businesses wishing to set up in or export to the UK or Europe. For further information, please see Overseas businesses.

Export/outward investment
We assist UK businesses wishing to expand their business overseas. For further information, please see UK businesses.

Meet our international team

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