17th November 2017
Pauline Rottstock, MSI Global Alliance
MSI Global Alliance, one of the world’s leading international associations of independent legal and accounting firms, is pleased to announce the admission of legal member Berger Harris LLP in Delaware, USA.
Founded in 2009, Berger Harris LLP is a nationally-recognised law firm that provides a broad range of legal services in the practice areas of litigation, commercial real estate and business transactions as well as IP and alternative dispute resolution.
The firm’s attorneys have extensive experience in rendering advice and legal opinions in a wide variety of transactions involving partnerships, limited liability companies, and statutory trusts, including investment fund, joint venture and structured finance transactions.
Tim Wilson, chief executive of MSI, comments, “I am very pleased to welcome Berger Harris to MSI. Delaware is an important international location and Berger Harris is a strong firm, which will complement our existing accounting member firm in Wilmington very well”.
Michelle Quinn, partner of Berger Harris LLP, comments, “Berger Harris is proud to be a part of the MSI Global Alliance, as a part of the firm’s continued tradition of serving the legal needs of the international business community”.
Based in Wilmington (Delaware), Berger Harris LLP joins MSI with five partners and a team of over 11 staff.
For further information please contact:
MSI Global Alliance
Pauline Rottstock, Marketing and Business Development Manager
Tel: +44 20 7583 7000
Berger Harris LLP is a business law boutique located in Wilmington, Delaware. Berger Harris handles business, real estate and employment matters throughout the State of Delaware.
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