by Robert Crowe
Grimaldi Alliance has announced its expansion into Canada with Lotz & Company, a prestigious and dynamic boutique law firm with a strong business focus, owing to the entrepreneurial spirit of its founder and managing partner, Jonathan Lotz.
The firm, strategically located in Vancouver, boasts a multi-disciplinary team with experience in a wide range of legal fields, and is able to assist its clients with Canadian legal matters. Lotz & Company routinely assists private and public, local and international companies in complex commercial and cross-border transactions.
With this latest addition to the network, the Grimaldi Alliance is able to strengthen its coverage in North America and further intensify its relationships with institutions and key stakeholders in Canada and throughout the surrounding region, including the United States.
“Joining the Grimaldi Alliance, which is recognized for its quality and business approach, is an exciting chapter in the growth and development of Lotz & Company “stated Jonathan Lotz, founder of Lotz & Company. “We look forward to strengthening the relationship between Italy and Canada through the Grimaldi Alliance network.”
“We are proud to announce the addition of Lotz & Company to the Grimaldi Alliance network at a time of intense relationship building between Italy and Canada. We believe that our presence in Canada will be of immense support to all clients wishing to establish and solidify their business in a country with such great potential. Grimaldi Alliance is proving to be able to attract high quality professionals thanks to its growing recognition in international markets and the possibility to support clients in their cross-border activities,” added Francesco Sciaudone, managing partner of Grimaldi Alliance.
Today Grimaldi Alliance is present in Milan, Rome, Bari, Parma, Naples, Padua, Verona, Turin, Treviso, Brussels, London, Paris, Lugano, New York (with about 500 professionals) and in over 70 jurisdictions worldwide with over 2000 professionals in the following Countries: Albania, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Belgium, Bolivia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, China, Cyprus, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, United Arab Emirates, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Iraq, Italy, Luxembourg, Malaysia, North Macedonia, Morocco, Montenegro, Oman, Panama, Paraguay, Poland, Portugal, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Slovak Republic, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, South Africa, Tunisia, Turkey, Hungary, Uruguay and the USA. New entries are expected in the coming weeks.
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