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Our lawyers understand the increasingly complex tax, regulatory and commercial laws of this global economy. We provide holistic guidance around strategic business decisions, reducing the gap between business advisors and legal counsel, and offering support services that increase efficiency and reduce costs of routine legal activities.

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To tailor our advice to our clients’ business needs, we focus on a number of specific service offerings and on a number of sectors: Automotive & Transportation, Banking & Capital Markets, Consumer Products & Retail, Government & Public and Health, Insurance, Life Sciences, Media & Entertainment, Oil & Gas, Power & Utilities, Private Equity, Real Estate & Hospitality, Technology, and Telecommunications.

Our lawyers work alongside professionals from other parts of EY’s business, including Assurance, Tax, Transactions and Advisory. Serving you across borders, our sector-focused, multidisciplinary approach means we offer integrated and comprehensive pertinent advice you can trust.

Across the globe

Throughout the delivery of our advice, we make sure at each point that we understand clearly what matters to you. Working with centrally managed cross-border teams and with single responsible country contacts, our controlled, efficient services around the world assist your business wherever required.

Latest insights

EY - Corporate and Commercial Law global update 2017 Corporate and Commercial Law global update Spring 2017

Inside, we highlight a range of international corporate law matters as well as recent law developments in specific countries.


EY - Labor & Employment Law Strategic Global Topics – Spring 2017 Labor & Employment Law Strategic Global Topics – Spring 2017

In this issue, we investigate employment law related challenges in today’s ‘hyper-connected’ working environments.


EY - EU General Data Protection Regulation: are you ready? EU General Data Protection Regulation: are you ready?

Organizations need to act now to ensure that they are ready to comply with the new regulation when it comes into force on 25 May 2018.


EY - The UK votes to leave the EU The UK votes to leave the EU

The potential legal issues raised by the departure of the UK from the EU are unprecedented. Three aspects of the UK’s exit are particularly noteworthy.


EY - OHADA’s new Uniform Act OHADA’s new Uniform Act

The deadline of 5 May 2016, set by the Organization for the Harmonization of Business Law in Africa’s (OHADA’s) new Uniform Act ("the Act") on the law of companies and groups of economic interest for harmonizing corporate articles of association with the provisions of the Act is approaching.


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