Employment alliance L&E Global has recruited Norwegian firm Storeng Beck & Due Lund as its 13th member firm.
Like the other 12 members of the alliance, Storeng Beck focuses exclusively on employment law and represents corporates, unions and public sector bodies on labour matters.
Storeng Beck partner Terje Andersen said the alliance provided the “perfect platform” to expand its services to clients.
L&E Global has expanded rapidly since its inception in January 2011, most recently moving into Australia with Harmers Workplace Lawyers (25 October 2011).
Storeng Beck is the first Nordic firm to join the alliance, which also includes firms in France, Germany, Italy, Mexico and the US.