The UK’s foremost legal authority on high-risk jurisdictions and specialist risk services


The UK’s foremost legal authority on high-risk jurisdictions and specialist risk services


The UK’s foremost legal authority on high-risk jurisdictions and specialist risk services

International and UK focused legal advice, specialist investigations and consultancy

We provide legal advice and support, specialist investigation and consultancy services across the world to companies, organisations, governments and individuals in the security, defence, international development, extractives, cyber, insurance, legal and manufacturing industries whose businesses and activities are UK based or operate in high-risk or complex jurisdictions worldwide.

Combining extensive experience gained as legal advisors ranging from working in the UK to multiple jurisdictions and areas of conflict deep in and with commercial organisations, specialist defence, government, security and development industries, make us uniquely well equipped to understand the issues facing our clients.


Our free, confidential, no obligation Legal Risk Map gives a basic review of your organisation’s legal health. It looks at how well your legal infrastructure covers you across 11 themes, such as Corporate Structures; Policies; Commercial Contracts; Succession Planning; Duty of Care; Use of weapons; Insurance and Data Protection.

 For more detailed information, please see our Legal Risk Map page or download the Legal Risk Map brochure.

Country Legal Profile Reports

Proelium Law’s Country Legal Profile Reports provide a free in-depth guide to the legal aspects along with brief economic, market and business activity of countries which are deemed complex environments or high-risk jurisdictions.

 For more detailed information, please see our Country Legal profile Reports.

Thousands of protesters marched in front of Frankfurt\'s IAA car show on Saturday to demand a swift end to combustion engines and a shift to environmentally friendly vehicles as Chancellor Angela Merkel\'s government prepares to unveil climate protection measures.\n \n
Yemen\'s Iran-aligned Houthi group said it attacked two plants at the heart of Saudi Arabia\'s oil industry on Saturday, knocking out more than half the Kingdom\'s output, in a move expected to send oil prices soaring and increase tensions in the Middle East.\n \n
Yemen\'s Iran-aligned Houthi group on Saturday attacked two plants at the heart of Saudi Arabia\'s oil industry in a strike that could impact about 5 million barrels per day of crude production - close to half of the kingdom\'s output, or 5{b23c6918c520b8db0db71e558da061bfd4cab81d1b5e76fd029ae4b8e679e2b1} of global oil supply.\n \n
The Trump administration is prepared to tap U.S. emergency oil reserves if necessary after drone attacks shut oil output in Saudi Arabia, the world\'s largest crude exporter, a Department of Energy spokeswoman said.\n \n
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Saturday accused Iran of leading attacks on Saudi oil plants that have cut the kingdom\'s output roughly in half, as he ruled out Yemeni involvement and denounced Tehran for engaging in false diplomacy.\n \n
Saturday\'s attacks on key Saudi Arabia processing plants will test the world\'s ability to handle a supply crisis as it faces the temporary loss of more than 5{b23c6918c520b8db0db71e558da061bfd4cab81d1b5e76fd029ae4b8e679e2b1} of global supply from the world\'s biggest crude exporter.\n \n
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong said on Saturday he was seeking the support of U.S. lawmakers for the demands of his fellow protesters who have led months of streets demonstrations, including a call for free elections.\n \n
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson likened himself to the unruly comic book character The Incredible Hulk late on Saturday in a newspaper interview where he stressed his determination to take Britain out of the European Union on Oct. 31.\n \n
Saudi Arabian energy minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said on Sunday that attacks on the kingdom\'s oil facilities have partially halted crude and gas production from the world\'s top oil exporter.\n \n
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday he had spoken with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about a possible mutual defense treaty between the two nations, a move that could bolster Netanyahu\'s re-election bid just days before Israelis go to the polls.\n \n

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