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A ‘Wild’ Success Story
“This past Spring Brent Cooper received notice that our firm was short- listed as the possible legal counsel for the Calgary Zoo, an exceptionally high profile not-for-profit organization in Alberta, Canada.
Notwithstanding the short notice, Brent made an inquiry through TAGLaw which revealed member firms that have experience with zoos in North America and around the world. His inquiry disclosed experienced practice groups in domains such as international animal law (including government and media relations), contract advice, research agreements, agricultural business, bio technologies, and environmental law.
Robin Lokhorst (shown right), who did the actual ‘pitch’ to the Zoo Board, said he is confident that the contributions and support from TAGLaw significantly advanced the successful presentation. Brent and Rick thank those TAGLaw members that emailed back so promptly, and if any business opportunities arise, you can be sure to hear more.”
McLeod Law (Alberta, Canada - TAGLaw)
“...A Tremendous Benefit to the Client”
“We were recently retained by the client of our local TAGLaw member in San Francisco, Coblentz, Patch, Duffy & Bass LLP, to work together on an engagement involving approximately USD $300 million of suspected fraudulent transactions. This matter is very international in its scope and may require further assistance down the road from members in Singapore, Hong Kong, and the UK.
Having TAGLaw and TIAG member firms working jointly on this matter is a tremendous benefit to the client.”
Dan Ray | Hemming Morse, LLP (San Francisco, California, USA - TIAG)
TAGLaw & TIAG members band together to support victims of a tsunami in Asia with a $50,000 donation to Heifer International
Jan 2005
Spring International Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana
May 2005
Globally Connected. Locally Respected.
Celebrating 20 Years

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