Lex Mundi Equisphere Case Study: Ag Growth International Inc.

Ag Growth International Inc (“AGI”) is a leading global food infrastructure company,… Learn More

published 11/15/2021

Ag Growth International Inc (“AGI”) is a leading global food infrastructure company, providing products, systems and solutions to the agriculture and food processing industries. Through its network of subsidiaries and divisions, AGI has manufacturing facilities in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Brazil, France, Italy and India, and distributes its product globally.

The client was on a fast-paced growth strategy across disperse jurisdictions. With a lean legal team, AGI needed high quality, full-service legal advice delivered in every location.

To accomplish its growth strategy, the company had to rely on trusted counsel in jurisdictions where it expanded (organically or via strategic acquisitions) in order to support its successful operations.

“TDS has been our gateway to Lex Mundi globally, which has been excellent. Through Lex Mundi Equisphere we have been able to access quality counsel in over 15 different global jurisdictions as needed to support our global growth strategy and international business units.  The strength of each of the Lex Mundi firms allows us to turn to them for support in key areas such as M&A, corporate support, regulatory and finance matters both internationally and domestically. In each instance we have experienced world-class service. This in turn has allowed us to rely on Lex Mundi Equisphere for support globally as we trust that their member firms will provide us the best possible legal assistance where we require it.”
– Brent Kendall, Director, Legal – Ag Growth International

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