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Founded in 1937, Kohner, Mann & Kailas, S.C. is a business and commercial law firm listed in Martindale-Hubbell's Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. KMK is also a member of the International Society of Primerus Law Firms. KMK provides quality legal expertise across the areas of law encountered by businesses in the course of their operations and growth.
Our services range from high-profile appellate representation and international business issues to ensuring that critical everyday needs, such as debt recovery, are fulfilled efficiently and expertly. Our purpose is to deliver excellent results for our clients, whether the issue is advice on the avoidance of legal disputes, negotiating a contract, protecting assets or winning in court. KMK is continually advancing the interest of its clients in negotiations, transactions, litigation and alternative dispute venues across North America and beyond. We help companies address the legal issues raised by trading across international borders and provide legal support and advice to foreign companies operating in American markets.
Businesses have different in-house legal capabilities. We specifically tailor our legal service to complement, not duplicate, the internal resources of an individual client. We seek to understand the particular operational needs of our clients, as well as industry practices and trends, to minimize expenses.
KMK attorneys work regularly with corporate counsel and selected local co-counsel, both in North America and elsewhere. We are constantly acting as associated counsel in litigation and transactional undertakings. We strive to add value to and develop long-term relationships with corporate counsel and associate counsel, to deliver the desired return to a client in a cost-effective manner.
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