Epstein Becker Green has more than four decades of experience working with companies headquartered outside the United States to help them achieve their business goals as they operate in the United States. Our lawyers practice in locations throughout the United States and provide counseling and litigation services to companies worldwide.
Breakneck technological and societal change has heightened the stakes for organizations. The confluence of business and legal challenges requires employers to use a holistic approach when finding solutions related to their most valuable asset, their people. Epstein Becker Green, Deloitte Legal Germany, and other Deloitte Legal participating entities elsewhere have a nonexclusive agreement that provides the largest global workforce management resource for employersas an answer to this growing need. Through this nonexclusive referral arrangement, Epstein Becker Green is a preferred provider of U.S. labor, employment, and workforce management legal services for the participating Deloitte firms’ clients requiring U.S. employment law services.
Epstein Becker Green is also a founding member of the International Lawyers Network (“ILN”), an association of 91 select law firms with more than 5,000 lawyers worldwide. The ILN provides clients with access to high-quality legal services in 66 countries on six continents. Epstein Becker Green is able to provide litigation and health care legal services to ILN’s members in need, which enables the firm to effectively serve our clients wherever their businesses take them.
Epstein Becker Green has a long history of serving clients headquartered in China, Israel, and Japan, among others. The firm represents companies that are operating or seeking to operate in the United States, as well as companies and investors looking to do business outside of the United States, U.S. affiliates of foreign parent companies, and U.S. investors who want to enter foreign markets. Our clients—from startups to publicly traded companies—come from a broad range of industries, including financial services, health care, life sciences, manufacturing, technology, real estate, energy, logistics, and shipping, among others.
Epstein Becker Green also participates in other organizations focused on global human resources and labor issues, including the American Bar Association’s International Labor & Employment Law Committee, the International Bar Association, and XBHR (a group of senior in-house counsel and human resources professionals devoted to addressing the latest issues confronting multinational companies).