JP Attorneys Joins International Legal Alliance

05 Jul, 2012

JP Attorneys has joined TAGLaw®, a worldwide alliance of independent law firms. JP Attorneys will be the exclusive member of TAGLaw for Iceland.


Members are invited to join TAGLaw only after undergoing a comprehensive vetting and selection process. Firms are carefully chosen based on professional competence, commitment to client service, reputation within the legal community, and are ultimately reviewed and approved by the TAGLaw Advisory Board.


“We are delighted to become members of TAGLaw and expect our clients will benefit the most from this decision,” said Guðjón Jónsson, Managing Partner of JP Attorneys. “TAGLaw provides us with greater regional and international reach to help us better serve our clients.”


“JP Attorneys is an excellent firm, and we are pleased to have them as members of TAGLaw,” said Bob Sattin, President of TAGLaw. “The breadth and quality of their services, as well as their reputation and prominence in Iceland make them an attractive resource for our membership.”


JP Attorneys traces its history back to 1969 when the firm’s founder Johann H. Nielsson began his legal practice. JP Attorneys offers all general legal services to domestic and foreign companies, individuals and public authorities and institutions. Decades of practice have helped them acquire specialized skills in many legal areas. JP Attorneys has experience in pleading cases before both the District Courts and the Supreme Court of Iceland.


Founded in 1998, TAGLaw is an international alliance of high quality, independent law firms. Combined with TIAG, an alliance of independent accounting firms, they provide professional legal, accounting and financial services on a worldwide scale.  With approximately 8,000 professionals in over 260 member firms, and more than 500 offices in over 90 countries, the two alliances serve tens of thousands of clients from all industry and commercial sectors. For more information visit


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