Ally Law: A Global Network
Clients facing challenges or opportunities in global markets count on us to connect them with local representation in foreign jurisdictions that will provide the high-quality service and responsiveness that they experience with Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot. Through our membership in Ally Law, a prestigious network of business-oriented law firms, our clients have access to swift and effective legal advice in 41 countries.
Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot attorneys attend regular global and regional Ally Law meetings in person so that we get to know attorneys from other Ally Law firms. These personal relationships enable us to recommend Ally Law firms as attorneys we know and trust. Ally Law’s commitment to excellent client service means that we are often able to arrange local counsel and provide answers to international legal questions within 24 hours.
International work can be coordinated by Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot, or a client can work directly with an Ally Law member firm, whichever best fits that client’s situation.
Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot is the only Alaska firm invited to join Ally Law. The process of becoming a member is highly selective; candidates undergo a detailed selection procedure, including interviews and an on-site visit. Specific areas on which firms are rated include:
- Professional excellence
- The highest standard of ethics
- Service strength
- Practical solutions
- Knowledge of local business culture
Quality evaluations are ongoing to ensure that client satisfaction remains high. In addition, Ally Law members share best practices in the areas of technology, process improvement and client service.
Globally, Ally Law has 61 member firms in 41 countries. For more information about Ally Law, visit ally-law.com.