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Andersen Global Enters Cooperation Agreement with Lextal Legal

Andersen Global Enters Cooperation Agreement with Lextal Legal

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Andersen Global has entered into a collaboration agreement for the Baltic region with Lextal Legal, adding three locations to its existing network: Lextal in Estonia, RER Lextal in Latvia, and iLaw Lextal in Lithuania.

According to Andersen Global, “Lextal Legal provides services in international relations, mergers and acquisitions, corporate and competition, dispute resolution, public procurement law, insurance law, real estate, criminal law, and data protection. The firm, comprised of 21 Partners and more than 75 professionals, provides comprehensive solutions to clients in the Baltic region and globally.”

“Our team’s values and dedication to quality and client service have positioned us as a leading strategic partner for our international and regional clients,” Lextal Partner and Co-Founder Urmas Ustav said. “Our firm’s collaboration with Andersen Global expands our global footprint and enhances our capabilities.”

“The firm’s impressive growth over the years and competitive platform is closely aligned with their dedication to their clients and providing best-in-class service,” Andersen Global Chairman and Andersen CEO Mark Vorsatz added. “With the addition of Lextal Legal, as well as our other recent additions in the region, we have built a formidable platform that provides strong coverage and positions our organization for further growth as we continue to expand our global platform.”

Established in 2013 by US member firm Andersen Tax LLC, Andersen Global is an international association of legally separate, independent member firms comprised of tax and legal professionals in 196 locations around the world. As previously reported by CEE Legal Matters, the association's CEE footprint has been growing in recent years, including in Bosnia and Herzegovina (with the Sajic law firm), Slovenia (with Senica & Partners), Croatia (with Kallay & Partners), Moldova (with Turcan Cazac), Serbia (with JSP), Romania (with Tuca Zbarcea & Asociatii), Turkey (with MGC Legal), Hungary (with Szabo Kelemen & Partners), and Ukraine (with Sayenko Kharenko).