Beachcroft looks to Europe and India in international strategy overhaul
Beachcroft has overhauled its international strategy, setting up a best friends network across Europe, a base in Dublin and a joint venture in India. The firm is set to open its first Irish office in Dublin in March, with the recruitment of partner Katie da Gama from Matheson Ormsby Prentice. The office will initially specialise in professional indemnity and personal injury work.In Europe, the firm has created formal referral links with firms in France, Spain, Belgium, Italy and Germany. The firms include JP Karsenty & Associes in Paris; Bartolome & Briones in Barcelona, Madrid and Miami; Praxislaw in Brussels; Puopolo Geffers & Partners in Milan, Rome and Naples; SNP Schlawien Naab in Frankfurt, Munich, Berlin, Duesseldorf and Leipzig; and Bang & Regnarsen in Hamburg.
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