International

Our highly regarded international desks cover a wide variety of jurisdictions. Our bilingual and dual qualified lawyers have a strong understanding of local cultures, which is crucial when delivering great results for your business.

Austrian desk

Every year, thousands of Austrian businesses invest in or expand into the United Kingdom....

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French desk

Our legal expertise at the service of French companies and individuals....

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German desk

GRM – Winners of the M&A awards – awarded English-German law firm of the year, 2012...

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Italian desk

Expert legal advice for Italian businesses and individuals...

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Korean desk

Expert legal advice for korean businesses and individuals...

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Spanish desk

Expert legal advice for spanish businesses and individuals...

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Swiss desk

Expert legal advice for swiss businesses and individuals...

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Intercontinental Grouping of Accountants and Lawyers

The Intercontinental Grouping of Accountants and Lawyers (IGAL) is a leading private intercontinental network for lawyer...

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News & events

news / 14 March 2019

Claire Banks joins Greenwoods GRM LLP

Greenwoods GRM is pleased to welcome Claire Banks into the Corporate & Commercial team. Claire joined Greenwoods GRM towards the end of 2018. Claire specialises in corporate and commercial work. ...

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news / 06 March 2019

Lorna Carter joins Greenwoods GRM LLP

news / 18 February 2019

Emily Pumfrey becomes a Fellow of the ALA

news / 05 February 2019

Greenwoods GRM advises Robinson Manufacturing on important acquisition

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