North American businesses face many different issues when operating internationally. Brexit, COVID-19 and US/UK trade talks will impact on transatlantic business in the years ahead.
Our North America Team work with US and Canadian corporate clients and citizens to support their business and personal needs in the UK, Europe, Middle East and Asia.
From supporting you on corporate deals to advice on immigration, employment, real estate, intellectual property, data protection and commercial contracts, we will guide you every step of the way.
Our team is connected to industry, regulators and decision makers through leadership positions with organisations such as BritishAmerican Business and the American Bar Association to stay on top of the broader issues that may affect your business.
We will help you face these challenges and embrace new opportunities with confidence, putting together a multi-disciplinary team from our own offices and drawing on our network of relationships firms elsewhere as needed.
For our UK and international clients doing business in North America, we have built strong relationships with leading law firms and professional advisers from coast to coast to provide local counsel with the right specialist knowledge wherever your business or personal ties take you.
US/UK private client services
The world is getting smaller as families become increasingly international, with assets in multiple jurisdictions. Such families and individuals require specialist advice on the structuring of their affairs.
Our market-leading US/UK private client team acts for families and family offices, successful entrepreneurs, private banks and wealth managers. We are particularly noted for our work dealing with US/UK tax planning and related issues.
Find out more about our international private client services.
Working with North American law firms
Our team supports North American law firms whose clients operate internationally, either supplementing their existing teams or advising on areas in which they do not have expertise in English law or in the laws of the other jurisdictions in which we operate. Contact Daniel Rosenberg for more information
Meet the team
Untangling the Atlantic Knot: Moving from the US to the UK
Chris and Sam have decided to move to the UK. Sam therefore needs to investigate which immigration status will best suit them
Untangling the Atlantic Knot: Tax reporting and compliance for US citizens living in the UK
As a US citizen, Sam must continue to report and pay taxes to the IRS. But as a UK resident, Sam also needs to navigate the UK tax system.
Untangling the Atlantic Knot: Wills for mixed US/UK couples
Before Chris and Sam “settle down”, they have decided to go on a sailing adventure. Their parents are insisting that they make Wills.
Untangling the Atlantic Knot: FATCA and information exchange [bonus episode]
In this episode, Iain Younger and Mark Summers discuss their practical experiences of the new tax reporting regimes.
Focus Antitrust - 8 April 2020
The latest edition of our Focus update.
International Women’s Day 2020 – 8 Women for 8 March
International Women’s Day offers us a great opportunity to celebrate inspirational women and our female colleagues.
A decade later…the protocol of amendment to the double taxation agreement between Switzerland and the United States is finally entering into force
The protocol of amendment to the double taxation agreement between Switzerland and the United States is finally entering into force.