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Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP

3232 MCKINNEY AVENUE, SUITE 500, DALLAS, TX 75204, USA
Tel:
Work +1 214 442 7300
Fax:
Fax +1 214 442 7308
Email:
Web:
www.balglobal.com

Jeremy Fudge

Tel:
Work +1 214 442 7314
Email:
Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP

Position

Managing Partner

Career

Jeremy Fudge serves as Managing Partner of BAL. He champions the firm’s vision and helps direct the firm’s strategy and operations around the world. Jeremy is dedicated to serving the firm’s employees who in turn make BAL the platinum standard for client service, strategy and program management in global mobility.  As General Counsel, Jeremy oversees the firm’s legal and ethical compliance. Jeremy directs the delivery of worldwide immigration services to his clients through the firm’s global offices. His practice also encompasses all aspects of US business immigration law, including advising companies in US immigration practice and policy concerns.

Languages

English

Member

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Education

The University of Texas School of Law, Juris Doctorate, cum laude

Baylor University, Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, Journalism and Political Science

Admitted to: State Bar of Texas


United States: Labor and employment

Immigration

Within: Leading lawyers

Jeremy Fudge - Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP

Within: Immigration

Specialist immigration firm Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP provides ‘excellent service in all areas - knowledge, response time, advice, value and all-round service to employees’. One of the world’s largest firms dedicated solely to corporate immigration, it has a total of 16 US partners, led by Dallas-based managing partner Jeremy Fudge. The department has particular experience of representing clients in the oil and gas sector - the Houston office was engaged as the sole strategic immigration partner to a leading oil and gas exploration and production company and the practice also handles all North American work for the largest drilling rig contractor in Canada. Founding partner David Berry in San Francisco is responsible for managing a new client relationship with one of the world’s leading aerospace companies and developing a management structure to support its ongoing programs. Another name to note is Lynden Melmed, a former Citizenship and Immigration Services Chief Counsel at the Department of Homeland Security who splits his time between Washington DC and the firm’s McLean office. Delya Ghosh and Larry Drumm, both situated in San Francisco, were promoted to the partnership.

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