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TAGLaw

 

 

Concern Dialog law firm is a member of TAGLaw, a worldwide alliance of more than 145  independent law firms, providing a full range of legal services to clients all over the world. Founded in 1998, TAGLaw has quickly risen through the ranks and today, with more than 9,000 lawyers located in 300 offices in over 80 countries, is one of the world's largest legal alliances.

 

TAGLaw members are carefully selected for membership based on professional competence, commitment to customer service, reputation within the legal community, and recommendations from existing members. TAGLaw members are highly respected, value-driven law firms with local market knowledge and expertise.

 

 

Commitment to Quality

To maintain the highest quality, all TAGLaw firms commit to common objectives and standards, including:

  • Providing excellent, timely and cost-effective legal services
  • Developing and maintaining strong client relationships and personal service enhanced by the international resources shared among alliance members
  • Communicating clearly with clients on terms of professional engagement and progress of business

 

In 2015, Chambers Global ranked the alliance “Elite”, the highest ranking awarded to legal networks.

 

 

How can Concern-Dialog help your business?

Through TAGLaw, CONCERN-DIALOG has the national and global reach to serve clients wherever the growth of their business takes them. Whatever or wherever your challenge or opportunity might be, we can access local and knowledgeable expertise from trusted legal counsel using TAGLaw. For more information about how our TAGLaw relationships can help your business, please review legal services offered by Concern-Dialog Law Firm.

 

Disclaimer: TAGLaw is an international alliance of independent law firms, who share common objectives and standards, but are not under common control or management. TAGLaw itself does not practice law nor offer legal advice. TAGLaw disclaims any responsibility or liability for acts or omissions of any of its member firms. Member firms in TAGLaw are not engaged in the joint practice of law, nor is there any legal or partnership relationship between or among the TAGLaw members by virtue of their membership in TAGLaw.