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100 NEW BRIDGE STREET, LONDON, EC4V 6JA, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7919 1000
Fax:
Fax 020 7919 1999
DX:
233 LONDON CHANCERY LANE WC2
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www.bakermckenzie.com
Baker McKenzie, Emily Carlisle, London, ENGLAND

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Emily Carlisle

Tel:
Work 020 7919 1319
Email:
Baker McKenzie LLP

Work Department

Reorgs and CSD.

Position

Emily Carlisle is a member of the London office's Corporate Department. She advises clients on a wide range of corporate matters with a focus on reorganising the corporate group structures of multinational companies. Emily joined Baker McKenzie in 2000 and was seconded to the Firm's New York office in 2006. She was admitted to the Law Society of England and Wales in September 2002. Emily helps clients — mostly multinational companies — structure, implement and manage cross-border reorganizations efficiently while ensuring compliance with local and international legal requirements. She is part of a dedicated team in London focused on international reorganizations and business transformation projects.

Career

Trained Baker McKenzie, qualified 2002; partner 2012. Trainee secondment, Brussels 1999; associate secondment, New York 2006.

Languages

English

Member

Law Society of England and Wales (2002).

Education

Oxford University (1998); College of Law (1999); College of Law (2000)

Leisure

Travelling, opera, cooking.


London: Risk advisory

Brexit

Within: Brexit

Baker McKenzie’s cross-departmental Brexit team in London, which is jointly led by Samantha Mobley and Ross Denton, works closely with other practitioners located across the worldwide network to provide fully-coordinated, strategic advice to businesses on their most complex operational challenges. The firm’s depth and breadth of expertise makes it particularly well-placed to advise clients on global restructurings and trade-related issues; Denton, who heads up the London trade practice, is a seasoned expert in the public regulation of international trade, export controls and customs matters. In addition, other areas covered by the trade practice include sanctions and WTO law. Mobley has decades of experience advising clients on global competition issues. Clients also count on the expertise of practitioners with knowledge about other areas, such as employment and immigration, regulatory compliance and tax. Elsewhere, in addition to providing standalone advice to clients, another value-add is that the firm liaises with various authorities across the globe to stay up to speed on developments. It also has strong connections with a number of UK trade associations. Jennifer Revis, Emily Carlisle and Kate Alexander are among other individuals in the sizeable Brexit team.

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