Food & Agribusiness lawyers with deep-rooted expertise in the sector
Investment into and trading by farms, agribusinesses and food businesses can be optimised through engaging legal advisers with a first-class track record, a deep understanding of the sector and a strong history of delivering results.
Unprecedented and growing global demand for food and agricultural products, including high-protein, high-quality food and beverages, is a key catalyst and driver for this continually changing and innovating sector. Strategically positioned in the growth markets of South and South East Asia, and with a team of industry experts deployed across a broad array of projects and matters, we are right at the centre of this dynamic landscape.
Our long-standing specialist team has a successful track record advising multinational businesses and investors (including funds) on their investments and trade-related issues across:
- primary production and commodities (including horticulture and protein)
- value-added production (including marketing, IP and labelling)
- enabling technologies (AgTech)
- resources and critical infrastructure (e.g. water, rail and ports)
We are actively involved in regulatory reform and clients benefit from our relationships with industry bodies and key advisers (including financiers and property consultants) and across international markets. The team also works very closely with our retail & consumer specialist colleagues.
Our approach is underpinned by a client service focus and the robust resources and depth of a top-tier international law firm, ensuring we provide the best outcomes to you.
As a full service law firm, we have experience and market-leading insights across all aspects of the food and agribusiness sector including: mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity, foreign investment approval, trade, commercial agreements, funding and trade finance, property ownership and usage issues, infrastructure access, commodities trading, intellectual property, provenance and labelling requirements, competition and tax.