For four decades, Blumenthal Richter & Sumet (BRS) has been providing international-standard legal representation in Thailand and Southeast Asia. Based in the commercial heart of Bangkok, the firm has grown — along with Asia’s burgeoning economies and rapidly changing legal frameworks — by providing clients with exceptional service and timely, innovative legal solutions.

We possess a broad range of skills, as can be seen from the depth of our practice groups, and operate according to international standards of ethics and best practice. We recruit and retain Thailand’s best young legal talent and team them with seasoned lawyers and consultants to provide strong, dynamic capabilities. Our professional expertise and local knowledge mean we can often take a more nuanced approach to each client’s unique legal needs.

BRS is the exclusive Thailand representative of INTERLAW, the preferred law firm network for companies doing business internationally. INTERLAW has earned the highest professional rankings as an “Elite Global Law Firm Network” and counts among its members top-tier independent law firms in 125 cities worldwide. Interlawyers subscribe to the core values of impeccable ethics, international standards of transparency, and devotion to client service. This association provides the firm with access to specialist legal practitioners in every major worldwide jurisdiction, and allows for an ongoing exchange of information regarding the most up-to-date developments in the legal, business and financial sectors.

BRS has been ranked consistently as a “Leading Firm” since 2012 by the legal profession’s foremost independent directories, including The Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners. Individual departments and partners have been recognized year on year by both publications for successfully representing their clients’ interests and for the ongoing quality of their expertise.

Strong local roots, an international perspective, and a broad range of practice groups allow us to provide clients with industry-leading advice and representation