Transatlantic Law International Launches US Immigration Service with Meyner and Landis as part of Labor Law Plus™ Global Service

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Meyner and Landis LLP, a US law firm specializing in US wide immigration for corporate and other business clients, has expanded its immigration practice by partnering with the global labor and employment practice of Labor Law Plus™.

We needed to ensure that we partnered with the right US law firm with the right expertise. Meyner and Landis is that firm.

Meyner and Landis LLP, a US law firm specializing in US wide immigration for corporate and other business clients, has expanded its immigration practice by partnering with the global labor and employment practice of Labor Law Plus™.

Labor Law Plus™, a division of the London based global legal services provider, Transatlantic Law International, is a global legal service providing integrated labor and employment law services, as well as full business law support, in more than 80 countries to the global legal and human resource communities.

Labor Law Plus covers all countries in Europe including all EU and EEA countries, all major countries in the Middle East, and all major countries in Africa, Russia, Asia-Pacific, China, India, the United States, Latin America and Canada.

Labor Law Plus’s advantage is that it is a simple and effective one stop shop for the global HR and legal communities with all L&E legal requirements handled under one roof centrally - or by region or country if the client prefers – in a way that also addresses all other business law support requirements.

The US Immigration Service, to be led by the founder and head of Meyner and Landis’ Immigration Law Group, Anthony Siliato, is a new service for Labor Law Plus and will bring extensive US immigration expertise to Labor Law Plus’ global clients.

With a special emphasis on corporate and business immigration law, the US team has expertise with all temporary work-related visa classifications, as well as all immigrant visa categories, including obtaining a green card through the alien labor certification process (PERM). Representation also includes that of outstanding researchers, extraordinary ability foreign nationals and those seeking national interest waivers.

In addition, the team regularly counsels business clients in areas of worksite compliance, including H-1B public access file compliance, I-9 Audits and electronic (E-Verify) verification requirements, and immigration consequences of mergers and acquisitions.

Anthony Siliato commented, “We see joining Labor Law Plus as a natural extension to our business. We represent domestic and international clients of all sizes, from Fortune 500 companies to international start-ups, across a wide variety of industries. This will allow us to grow our business and better serve our international clients.”

Erik Lazar, founder and director of both Transatlantic Law and Labor Law Plus, said: “We are delighted that Meyner and Landis has joined Labor Law Plus and that we are now able to offer our clients a best in class US Immigration Service. This is something that our international clients have been requesting but we needed to ensure that we partnered with the right US law firm with the right expertise. Meyner and Landis is that firm.”

“We expect the service to continue to expand and grow to meet global L&E and business requirements Everywhere Business Needs To Be™ - a by-word for all our services which both captures where we are and is a service pledge we take seriously” Lazar concluded.

Membership of the Labor Law Plus global labor and employment group is by invitation only and only for vetted and highly rated firms.

--ENDS—
For further information, please contact:
For Meyner & Landis
Anthony F. Siliato, Esq.
asiliato@meyner.com

+1 (973) 602-3440

For Labor Law Plus™
Mandy Brown, Business Affairs
mbrown@laborlawplus.com

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About Meyner & Landis
Meyner and Landis LLP was founded in 1962 by former New Jersey Governor Robert B. Meyner. The firm has a general civil and commercial practice throughout the State of New Jersey, with concentrations in banking, corporate/business transactions, creditor's rights, immigration, real estate and land use, environmental law, bankruptcy law, commercial litigation, construction litigation, appellate practice and trusts and estates.

Meyner and Landis attorneys represent some of the nation's largest corporations. Its attorneys currently possess an average of over 15 years in practice. This permits the firm to handle complex and sophisticated matters normally undertaken by firms many times its size, with the cost advantage that comes from dealing with experienced attorneys.

The firm is one of the most respected law firms in New Jersey, earning the highest rating given to law firms by Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory for both the quality of legal services and its professional reliability and ethical standards. Its attorneys are dedicated to providing the highest quality, most cost effective legal services for our clients.

About Transatlantic Law International and Labor Law Plus ™
Based in London and an operating for over a decade, Transatlantic Law International (TALI) is a global innovator in legal and business solutions with over 3500 lawyers in affiliated firms in over 80 countries worldwide.

The Labor Law Plus™ service harnesses the abilities of dedicated teams of expert L&E counsel worldwide from highly ranked independent law firms under a centrally managed single service platform providing services under one set of global terms and conditions, with central management, one stop billing and an innovative value based fee system which controls cost and delivers value at the same time.

TALI’s services also cover a wide range of critical business law areas including among many other areas global mergers and acquisitions, corporate and commercial law, property and construction, leasing, litigation and claims management, labor and employment law, complex trade and regulatory advice, technology, telecommunications, energy and power, and all other major business law requirements for major multinationals and growing companies seeking to expand or restructure internationally.

For more information on Transatlantic Law and Labor Law Plus™, visit http://www.laborlawplus.com and http://www.transatlanticlaw.com

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