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International Lawyers Network Welcomes New Member, Akerman LLP


We are delighted to welcome a new member firm, Akerman, in Texas (Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio). The firm will also represent the ILN in New Orleans, Louisiana, Atlanta, Georgia, and Denver, Colorado.

Akerman is a full-service firm known for delivering results across the full scope of their practice areas, including Litigation and Arbitration, Bankruptcy and Reorganization, Consumer Financial Services, Construction, Data and Technology (CFS+); Corporate; Government Affairs and Public Policy; Healthcare; Intellectual Property; Labor and Employment; Real Estate; and Tax.

Among a few firm recognitions, Akerman is: recognized by Financial Times as among the most forward-thinking firms in the industry, ranked among the National Law Journal’s Top 100 U.S. Law Firms, ranked among Law360’s Top 100 Law Firms, ranked among the ‘Best Law Firms’ with 121 Tier 1 Rankings Nationally and in Key U.S. Business Centers U.S. News – Best Lawyers, ranked among the Best U.S. Law Firms for M&A, Real Estate, Construction, Land Use, and Immigration Law by The Legal 500, and ranked among the Best in International Arbitration: Latin America-Wide Chambers Global.

We’re really looking forward to working together with Akerman in these key markets for the ILN to serve our member firms and their clients. Their reputation for collaboration and excellence dovetails perfectly with ours and we know they’ll be a fantastic fit for the Network.

For more information about Akerman, visit the firm’s website at https://www.akerman.com/en/ or their ILN profile at https://iln.com/Firm_Detail_1642.htm.



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