Biztech Lawyers partners with US litigation practice
Australian-founded technology law firm Biztech Lawyers has teamed up with a litigation “heavy hitter” in the United States.
American litigation boutique Invenio LLP and emerging global legal consultancy Biztech Lawyers have launched a cross-border partnership so that clients can leverage both Invenio LLP’s legal and advisory work in complex dispute resolution, litigation finance, and alternative assets and Biztech’s expertise in international business, technology transactions, and aviation issues.
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The partnership between Invenio and Biztech Lawyers is “expected to be a long-term and mutually beneficial one”, the firms proclaimed, and is one in which both parties will continue to explore opportunities for growth and expansion in the future.
The alliance, the firms said in a statement, creates a “firm of general counsel”.
Speaking about the partnership, Invenio managing partner Ed Gehres said that his practice is “excited” to partner with Biztech.
“Their international network and bench strength in the USA, UK, and Australia will be a valuable asset for our clients, and we look forward to working together to provide them with the best possible legal services,” he said.
“Indeed, we believe this alliance will be one of a small handful of legal advisors to offer litigation finance transactional capabilities in the major markets of the US, UK, and Australia.”
Biztech Americas managing director Chris Spillman (pictured, with Biztech founder Anthony Bekker) added: “Ed Gehres and Blake Trueblood are highly respected operators with a long history of success across an array of legal service categories.
“Their expertise in counselling growth companies in plaintiff-side litigation and litigation defense will be a huge asset for our clients when they need it most, and we look forward to working together to provide our mutual clients with the best possible legal services.”