Ally Law Works!

Collaboration is key to client success. Every day, lawyers in Ally Law member firms work together, across jurisdictions and beyond borders, to provide answers and solutions to businesses, organizations and individuals.

Monday, 28 June, 2021

When a law firm with offices in multiple jurisdictions face a number of legal and ethical complaints, Vorys earned the client’s trust by demonstrating legal and strategic expertise.

Monday, 28 June, 2021

After the former owner of a company began acting unpredictably and against his own interests after the sale, member firm Obermayer helped Varnum’s client retake control of the situation.

Monday, 28 June, 2021

When the relative of a man whose uncle had passed away in a foreign country needed help with legal issues, member firm Gibel Zirm handled the matter with sensitivity and speed.

Thursday, 24 June, 2021

By addressing an initial set of legal issues with skill and professionalism, Your Legal Partners was able to establish a long-term, ongoing relationship with a key client of Kalaidjiev & Georgiev.

Friday, 21 May, 2021

Ally Law’s Annual General Meetings are more than an occasion to improve professional skills and knowledge.

Tuesday, 20 October, 2020

When a major Canadian health-technology company sought to acquire two UK businesses — one focused on the development of patient-flow management solutions, and another that works with the National Health Service (NHS) on health information management issues — as part of its expansion strategy, it turned to two Ally Law member firms for assistance: Toronto-based Torkin Manes and London-based Edwin Coe.

Wednesday, 16 September, 2020

When a well-known juice bar and coffee concept wanted to expand its presence into Sweden, it found Björn Welinder — current Ally Law president and co-founder of member firm Lindmark Welinder — through an interesting route.

Tuesday, 1 September, 2020

When an Australian licensed producer, supplier and exporter of pharmaceutical-grade medicinal cannabis sought to expand its presence in emerging cannabis markets, it identified Canada as a logical next step.

Sunday, 30 August, 2020

When a mother of two children wished to relocate her family from New Zealand to Alaska following her separation from her husband, she reached out to Sarah Badten of our Alaska member firm, Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot of Anchorage, for help.