Beale & Co joins GILC

British law firm Beale & Co has become the latest member of the Global Insurance Law Connect network, joining 12 members in its European group, and bringing the number of territories reached by the network to 21.

Gillian Davidson (pictured), chair of GILC and partner at Sparke Helmore, commented: “Beale and Co has significant insurance expertise in the UK as well as globally through its offices in Dublin and Dubai. With the UK being a major insurance hub, it is vital to have strong representation in this market and Beale and Co’s membership of GILC brings benefits to our network and our clients around the globe. On behalf of GILC, I am delighted to welcome Beale and Co to our team.”

Ross Baker, partner at Beale and Co, added: “We are delighted to have joined the GILC network. Our membership highlights our deep commitment to the industry. It also brings added value to all our established client relationships and allows us to extend our services through other like-minded international law firms who all understand the issues and challenges experienced by insurers, claimants and insurance buyers.”

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