Mauritius Based Law Firm Uteem Chambers Joins the Global Team at Transatlantic Law International
Transatlantic Law International (‘TALI’) the London-based innovator in global business law services to multinationals and growing businesses worldwide, has expanded its geographic reach into Mauritius adding the leading law firm Uteem Chambers as a key member to its global team.
Uteem Chambers is a full service law firm which was founded in response to the demand for Mauritius-based lawyers with international exposure and expertise in international business.
Uteem Chambers has a very diverse portfolio of international clients including merchant banks and government linked agencies in addition to international companies. The team has also advised overseas governmental agencies and has been involved in legislative drafting in Mauritius.
The team of highly qualified legal professionals include lawyers qualified in Mauritius, England and Bangladesh. The team is also fluent in several languages including English, French, Hindi, Urdu and Bengali.
TALI provides services on a global regional and local basis through a unique service platform working with dedicated teams from top independent firms on a seamless centrally managed basis, with a cutting edge approach to delivering solutions quickly through a budgeted and cost effective one stop but flexible service, geared towards the business objectives of general counsel and international business clients. Labor Law Plus is the global labor and employment practice.
Uteem Chambers' managing partner Muhammad Reza Cassam Uteem said “We are very pleased to be joining Transatlantic Law and Labor Law Plus. We are looking forward to working with the team of highly experienced lawyers around the world, providing a seamless service to businesses globally in addition to Mauritius.”
TALI’s founder and Director Erik Lazar said:“We are honoured that Uteem Chambers have chosen to join our group. Mauritius is an important country and it is important that we now have such a prestigious firm in Mauritius, allowing us to expand even further geographically.”