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We actively promote a culture of innovation and continuous improvement. Our consultants lead by example, building a strong understanding of our client’s business and staying open to new approaches, concepts and technologies.

We pride ourselves on being flexible, agile and wholly focused on delivering success for our clients.

Since 2003

Our amazing storyline

OUR FOUNDING STORY

Founded in 2003, Kaden Boriss was evolved and developed in Singapore, Australia, and the UAE. This gave it from the start a global outlook which made it unique among law firms. Consolidating a UK presence in 2007, the brand made its entry into the Legal 500 the next year and in 2012 was voted the best law firm in “Insolvency & Restructuring. Headquartered in the UAE, it has independent and autonomous alliance offices in Dubai, New Delhi, Gurugram (National Capital Region of India), Manila, Seoul, Singapore, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Bangkok, and London, the alliance members are uniquely positioned to offer bespoke legal and business advisory services to clients across the globe.

We all work a unit

When a variety of cultures come to merge

We have fostered a culture of innovation by recruiting talent from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. An extensive portfolio of transactional, regulatory, advisory, documentation, alternative dispute resolution (ADR), and litigation support services lets us meet any challenge head-on in an ever-changing world.

Our travel Phylosophy

Our goal is to deliver the highest quality legal and strategic business advice that sustains client’s growth and professional relationships, underpinned by a commitment to innovation, accessibility, and collaboration. Each of our alliance members understands the value of practical advice and commercial solutions and prefers to operate on a “value-for-fees” for each assignment. An enduring commitment to quality service has led us to form long-term relationships with our clients to create collaborations that provide them with the best solutions.

“Liberty is the right to do what the law permits.”

Montesquieu