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Norton Rose Fulbright

24TH FLOOR, REMBRANDT TOWER, AMSTELPLEIN 1, 1096 HA AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
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Work +31 20 46 29 300
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Web:
www.nortonrosefulbright.com/uk/

 

The firm

Norton Rose Fulbright is a global law firm. We provide the world’s preeminent corporations and financial institutions with a full business law service. We have more than 4000 lawyers and other legal staff based in more than 50 cities across Europe, the United States, Canada, Latin America, Asia, Australia, the Middle East and Africa.

Areas of Practice

Recognized for our industry focus, we are strong across all the key industry sectors: financial institutions; energy; infrastructure, mining and commodities; transport; technology and innovation; and life sciences and healthcare. Through our global risk advisory group, we leverage our industry experience with our knowledge of legal, regulatory, compliance and governance issues to provide our clients with practical solutions to the legal and regulatory risks facing their businesses.

Wherever we are, we operate in accordance with our global business principles of quality, unity and integrity. We aim to provide the highest possible standard of legal service in each of our offices and to maintain that level of quality at every point of contact.

Norton Rose Fulbright Verein, a Swiss verein, helps coordinate the activities of Norton Rose Fulbright members but does not itself provide legal services to clients. Norton Rose Fulbright has offices in more than 50 cities worldwide, including London, Houston, New York, Toronto, Mexico City, Hong Kong, Sydney and Johannesburg. For more information, see nortonrosefulbright.com

Offices

We have offices in the world’s most important business, financial and regulatory centres and are active in strategically important growth markets. Our offices are located in Amsterdam, Athens, Austin, Bahrain, Bangkok, Beijing, Brisbane, Brussels, Calgary, Canberra, Cape Town, Casablanca, Dallas, Denver, Dubai, Durban, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hong Kong, Houston, Istanbul, Jakarta (in association with Norton Rose Fulbright Australia), Johannesburg, London, Los Angeles, Luxembourg, Melbourne, Mexico City, Milan, Minneapolis, Monaco, Montréal, Moscow, Munich, New York, Ottawa, Paris, Perth, Piraeus, Port Moresby, Québec, Rio de Janeiro, Riyadh (in association with Mohammed Al-Ghamdi Law Firm), San Antonio, San Francisco, São Paulo, Shanghai, Singapore, St Louis, Sydney, Tokyo, Toronto, Vancouver, Warsaw and Washington, DC. In Africa, we have alliances with firms in Kenya, Uganda, Burundi and Zimbabwe

Number of partners (worldwide): 1,000+

Number of other fee-earners (worldwide): 2,000+

Total staff: 7,500+

Global Key Contacts

Financial institutions: James Bateson

Energy: Anne Lapierre and John Mauel

Infrastructure, mining and commodities: Nick Merritt

Transport: Harry Theochari

Technology: Nick Abrahams

Life sciences and healthcare: Stacey Martinez and Randy Sutton

 

  • Other offices
  • Athens
  • Austin
  • Bahrain
  • Bangkok
  • Beijing
  • Bogotá
  • Brisbane
  • Brussels
  • Calgary
  • Canberra
  • Cape Town
  • Caracas
  • Casablanca
  • Dallas
  • Dar es Salaam
  • Denver
  • Dubai
  • Durban
  • Frankfurt
  • Hamburg
  • Hong Kong
  • Houston
  • Istanbul
  • Jakarta (in association with Norton Rose Fulbright Australia)
  • Johannesburg
  • London
  • Los Angeles
  • Luxembourg
  • Melbourne
  • Mexico City
  • Milan
  • Minneapolis
  • Monaco
  • Montréal
  • Moscow
  • Munich
  • New York
  • Ottawa
  • Paris
  • Perth
  • Piraeus
  • Port Moresby
  • Québec
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Riyadh (in association with Mohammed Al-Ghamdi Law Firm)
  • San Antonio
  • San Francisco
  • São Paulo
  • Shanghai
  • Singapore
  • St Louis
  • Sydney
  • Tokyo
  • Toronto
  • Vancouver
  • Warsaw
  • Washington, DC
  • In Africa, it has alliances with firms in Kenya, Uganda, Burundi and Zimbabwe.

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