Aaron & Partners to be represented at IAG International Meeting
30th September, 2014
Leading Cheshire commercial law firm Aaron & Partners LLP will be represented at the next meeting of the Integrated Advisory Group International, which is the first meeting since the law firm was ratified as a member in July this year.
Stuart Haynes, the lead international Partner for Aaron & Partners, Stuart Scott-Goldstone, Head of Corporate, and David Harries from the Litigation and Renewables team will be attending the IAG meeting which is taking place in Gran Canaria from 8 – 12 October. Over 60 delegates from Europe, the Middle East, North America and Australia are expected to attend.
The main topic on the agenda will be the ongoing expansion of IAG International into the Pacific Rim with new members from that area of the world under discussion. This will be followed up during the February 2015 meeting due to take place in Hong Kong.
For more information on IAG International and how Aaron & Partners can provide assistance and access to advice on legal matters across numerous jurisdictions through its close relationship with IAG Members, please contact Stuart Haynes on 01244 405426/01743 453687 or email [email protected].
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