From its base in the City of London, Rosenblatt has built a substantial international reputation and has accumulated a wealth of experience in overcoming the complexities of cross-border and cross-jurisdictional activity.
Through us, our clients can draw on the resources of trusted associate firms across the world. Since we are independent, and not confined to a formal network of international partners, we can hand-pick trusted local lawyers whose expertise precisely fits the client’s needs.
Rosenblatt has acted in many worldwide jurisdictions as our fee earners are adept at working with international clients and their international matters.
China and the Far East
Dispute Resolution partner Neil Sampson originally joined Rosenblatt to develop its international business, in particular in China and the rest of Far East. Neil has been active in China since 1985 and is a consultant to Rosenblatt’s associate firms in Hong Kong and China.
Neil promotes the work of Rosenblatt in many worldwide jurisdictions with clients from many countries including China, India, Mongolia and sub-Saharan Africa. He works closely with UKTI and other government and non-government trade promotion bodies, often representing the interests of the City of London and UK business as a whole at international meetings.
He is a Freeman of the City of London and Liveryman, Director of the China-Britain Business Council, a co-opted member of the Board of the Great Britain China Centre.
We view Israel as one of our key growth markets. The firm has spent time building strong relationships on the ground in Israel, both with local law firms and accountancy
Rosenblatt has a strong track record in the market. We have advised many clients – from high tech entrepreneurs to large multi-nationals – on Israel-related matters and have a large portfolio of leading Israeli clients. We offer vast experience in inbound and outbound M&A transactions as well as in capital markets, finance, projects and real estate.
In addition, our Dispute Resolution team has handled multi-million pound UK High Court claims for Israeli clients, co-ordinating with local lawyers and experts.
The firm becomes involved, on a regular basis, in US related assignments, whether assisting US attorneys and their clients in the UK and in Europe or engaging US attorneys to work on US related issues for our clients.
We have an active program of building and maintaining relationships in the US (mainly in New York) with other law firms, funds and corporations.
In addition, our restructuring lawyers have, between them, spent many years practicing in the London offices of some of the largest US law firms in the world and have worked on significant international assignments.
One of the fastest growing economies in the world, India has emerged as one of the leading nations in terms of GDP growth rate and FDI inflows. Very recently, India has risen into the top 100 rankings on the World Bank’s ‘ease of doing business’ index and has emerged as one of the most attractive destination for investment and business development.
Our India group includes Partners who have worked with Indian on a wide range of transactions.
We can assist our clients in many ways but in particular:
- As a business law firm we can assist Indian companies operating or investing in the UK in all aspects of their legal requirements. We can offer advice on corporate, arbitration, banking, education, financial services, construction, real estate, retail, employment related issues and all other business areas;
- We assist international clients with strategies for investment in India through our project management capability. Over a period of time we have developed a powerful network of leading law firms, individual lawyers and accountants in India. We work very closely with our preferred partners to provide clients with high quality legal advice.
Our India group is led by Neil Sampson who heads the International Business Department, he has extensive experience in the market. Neil and other members of the group work on India related matters on a regular basis.