Cross-Border Litigation

Shipkevich attorneys effectively manage cross-border litigation by combining experience in global disputes and proceedings. Our team boasts international expertise with local jurisdictions, local laws, and geographic disputes both at the trial and appellate levels. Lawsuit management becomes even more difficult with the introduction of a different jurisdiction or legal environment, this is why our law firm provides refined rapid cross-border litigation management for our clients wherever their legal challenges may be.

In an ever expanding global economy legal disputes become more complicated with the introduction of regulatory, political, and international commercial legislation. International markets and multinational transactions encompass a variety of jurisdictions with different laws. Shipkevich PLLC has established relationships with local firms to offer command in sector-focused litigation in an international setting. Whether our clients need counsel in global finance, international supply and procurement, or other globalized industries, our sophisticated team communicates with clients to understand circumstances and provide strategic litigation.

Shipkevich attorneys are culturally aware of the diversity of laws and jurisdictions in a global scale. We have substantial experience conducting defense and litigation across national borders. Our clients with varied cross-border disputes place trust in Shipkevich PLLC to resolve multinational mergers and acquisitions, conflicts between international companies, and enforcement of laws made by foreign legal bodies. Our team of attorneys and litigators possess a comprehensive expertise of international and local laws across multiple countries and jurisdictions to give our clients culturally sensitive assistance with court systems in international forums. Our dedicated team is ready to guide our clients through legal challenges that spread across multiple countries and legal systems.

Shipkevich law firm offers tailored counsel in cross-border litigation not limited to: