International law is increasingly impacting on the way global companies do business. But the impact of international law impacts on business interests differently from government interests – commitments in trade and investment agreements are key examples. International law is also increasingly affecting business beyond the traditional area of international trade law including in relation to climate change and environmental obligations, human rights and security.
Lexbridge helps businesses understand the impact of international obligations and current inter-governmental negotiations across a wide range of sectors, including mining, finance, education, shipping, aviation, telecommunications, fishing, defence, technology and manufacturing. We advise businesses on how to turn international commitments into a competitive advantage, and mitigate cross-border risks.