Lex Mundi, one of the world’s leading law firm networks, has launched a global client service delivery platform called Equisphere to help in-house counsel address cross-border legal challenges.

Equisphere aims to coordinate cross-border legal support in restructuring operations and business partnerships within the Lex Mundi network through a combination of people, process and collaborative technology.

The platform will enable in-house counsel and their boards to negotiate by offering coordinated services with on-the-ground expertise of local teams.

Commenting on the launch, Helena Samaha, Lex Mundi president & CEO, said: “We are delighted to be launching Equisphere, which responds directly to the needs of in-house counsel to find smarter and more efficient ways to navigate their cross-border legal needs, amidst substantial uncertainty and geopolitical change.” 

Lex Mundi’s currently has 150 member firms, boasting more than 22,000 lawyers across 125 countries.

 

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