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Colman Coyle is a forward thinking law firm whose solicitors have roots in various different cultures and are well versed in many different languages.
As a result, we have experience of providing international clients with a full range of legal advice and are able to offer a cost effective alternative to the international practices of larger city firms.
We have extensive experience and expertise in international dispute resolution, including acting for foreign clients in respect of dispute within the UK, and for UK clients in disputes overseas. We work closely with foreign lawyers and can introduce our clients to such advisers when necessary.
We also have expertise in advising foreign businesses coming to the UK, whether by establishing a branch office or a new subsidiary, or acquiring an existing UK company. We can advise on all legal aspects of the matter, including company formation, employment law, trading contracts and terms of business, property law and business immigration.
Colman Coyle has a particular expertise in Spanish law and have an associate in our London office, Ignacio Morillas - Paredes who is a dual qualified English - Spanish solicitor (abogado). He specialises in cross-border disputes and international company commercial law.
We have fluency in a number of languages including French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Greek, Turkish, Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi and Bengali.
Our membership of the International Law Referral Network connects us with other similarly highly recommended lawyers from a growing number of countries around the world. This gives us immediate access to an extensive global network to ask for local advice and keeps us updated on developments on changing international legal issues.