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Global Services

Wilk Auslander’s Global Services Group offers comprehensive legal and advisory services tailored to the needs of international corporations, associations, government agencies, and high-net-worth individuals. Our engagements cover various aspects of cross-border operations, including structuring transactions, resolving disputes, and navigating regulatory frameworks worldwide.

We offer specialized assistance to individuals and businesses in Russia, Belorussia, Ukraine, and the Baltic States. With a team fluent in Russian and familiar with the cultural nuances of the region, we are unusually qualified to address the unique concerns of clients operating in this dynamic environment.

Similarly, our team has significant experience representing clients from across Latin America, supported by attorneys from across the region and local law firm partners widely renowned for their skill in civil law dispute resolution and transactional practice.

Our services encompass a wide range of areas, including corporate law, securities, taxation, real estate, litigation, and alternative dispute resolution. Whether it's advising on mergers and acquisitions, forming hedge funds, managing international tax issues, or handling cross-border litigation, we leverage our legal and cultural acumen to help clients successfully operate in complex global landscapes.

We act for clients from a multiplicity of industries including biotech, MedTech, energy, finance, and real estate, among others. With Wilk Auslander, clients gain access to a strategic partner capable of navigating the intricacies of international business with skill and efficiency.

  • Successfully represented family members in a multimillion-dollar international inheritance dispute spanning the United States, Ukraine, and Russia. Our work resulted in a favorable settlement on behalf of our clients.
  • Managed the worldwide trademark portfolio for a high-end textile manufacturer to provide coordinated protection and avoid third-party infringements.
  • Established and implemented employment policies and procedures for an international textile corporation having manufacturing and retail operations across the U.S. and abroad.
  • Served as counsel to a Japanese consumer electronics company in a real estate acquisition transaction for U.S. headquarters, including environmental due diligence.
  • Represented a U.S. acquirer in a cross-border multimillion-dollar acquisition of a French multinational plastics company for strategic entry into the U.S. plastics market.
  • Advised U.S. and Swiss corporate clients concerning discovery in international litigation and arbitration, the application or exclusion of the  United Nations Convention on Contracts for the Sale of Goods (CISG), and comparisons of U.S. and Swiss corporate law for SEC disclosure documents.
  • Defense of Russia’s largest financial institution against claims that it failed to intercept funds to Ukrainian separatists, applying federal anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing laws as well as state-owned enterprise immunity under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act.
  • Represented a South American energy company in an action in New York State court seeking, among other things, a declaration that the bonds issued by the company had expired. Facilitated the company’s successful opposition to the motion to dismiss the action at the trial court level, subsequently affirmed by the appellate court. The successful opposition to the motion to dismiss allowed the company to continue litigating its claim in the trial court.
  • On behalf of Royal Bank of Canada, successfully dismissed a special proceeding that alleged the bank acted in contempt of court by failing to comply with a restraining notice concerning the judgment debtor’s bank account. The resulting decision, which holds that the service of the restraining notice on RBC’s Manhattan branch was not sufficient to bind RBC’s Toronto branch to freeze the judgment debtor’s accounts or turn over its assets, confirmed the viability of the "separate entity rule" in New York.