K law becomes KPMG Law
K law becomes KPMG Law - combining expertise in law with business insight and technology-enabled solutions
- Name change better positions KPMG Law to address changing legal environment to manage client challenges.
- Strengthens their ability to provide complete multidisciplinary solutions by combining legal expertise with access to insight and knowledge from across the KPMG network.
Brussels, 1 February 2021 – Today, K law became KPMG Law, a member firm of the KPMG global organization of independent member firms affiliated with KPMG International Limited. This name change positions KPMG Law as a multidisciplinary firm, combining legal expertise with the knowledge and capabilities of the vast KPMG network.
Businesses are operating in an increasingly complex, global and fast-moving legal environment. The world is changing, ever more so under the COVID-19 pandemic, and so is what businesses need from their legal adviser. Gerald Van Walle, Managing Partner KPMG Law, explains: “By becoming KPMG Law, we are even better equipping ourselves to help clients manage these challenges”.
KPMG Law prides itself as a law firm that is driven by change and inspired by perspective. This name change will allow KPMG Law to continue to provide complete multidisciplinary solutions by combining legal expertise with access to insight and knowledge from across the KPMG network; bringing expertise in law with business insight and technology-enabled solutions.
About KPMG Law
KPMG Law is a law firm providing legal assistance and advisory services as well as representing its clients before court and outside court, mainly in the fields of corporate law, civil and commercial (contract) law, real estate law/property law, social law, banking and financial law, tax law and public law. KPMG Law is a member firm of the KPMG global organization of independent member firms affiliated with KPMG International Limited, allowing it to be part of the KPMG Global Legal Services network. The KPMG Global Legal Services network has 2.700+ lawyers operating in 80 jurisdictions.
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