Epstein Becker Green and Deloitte Legal’s Alliance for Employment Law and Workforce Management Services was featured in Bloomberg Financial Accounting, in “Deloitte Not Ready to Practice Law in U.S., Tax Unit Chief Says,” by Sam Skolnik.

Following is an excerpt:

[Deloitte Global Tax & Legal Leader Philip Mills] and [Steve Kimble, U.S-based CEO of Deloitte Tax] touted Deloitte’s ongoing alliances with the workplace law firm Epstein Becker Green … The partnerships have allowed Deloitte to “serve our clients in a more comprehensive manner,” Kimble said.

According to Deloitte and EBG, their alliance—which has involved both entities referring clients to each other, and also bidding jointly on new international projects—has succeeded, aided by a growing need for employment and labor legal services spurred by the pandemic. Kimble added Deloitte is open to similar such arrangements but had no announcements to make.

Mills said the key is that Deloitte’s clients benefit from the arrangements. “In those markets where we can’t provide legal services, it was quite a natural evolution for us to develop these alliance relationships,” he said.

In the more than 80 countries where Deloitte currently practices law, Mills said employment is among the fastest-growing legal areas, as is intellectual property and patents, practices involving technology and digital issues, and mergers and acquisitions.

Related reading: Bloomberg Law Business & Practice, “Deloitte, Epstein Becker Alliance Hit Overdrive During Covid-19.”

Learn more about the Alliance for Employment Law and Workforce Management Services between Epstein Becker Green and Deloitte Legal.

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