White & Case LLP: A Truly Global Law Firm
White & Case was founded in New York in 1901 and has grown into one of the world's leading global law firms. Among the Firm's core values are its commitment to excellence, teamwork, innovation and diversity, all in the service of and dedication to our clients around the world.
Our clients include many of the world’s most respected and well-established companies, visionary start-ups, governmental organizations and state-owned entities.
In emerging and established markets, our lawyers use their knowledge of the laws, business practices and culture to advise our clients on their cross-border business.
Our practices, systems and people are integrated across offices and jurisdictions, allowing us to leverage our global knowledge and resources to ensure our clients receive the same quality service, wherever they may be.
White & Case has 38 offices in 26 countries around the world.
Mr. Maglich develops and directs the Firm's corporate U.S. immigration law practice. The practice deals with all aspects of business-related visas and proceedings before the Departments of State, Homeland Security, and Labor. In directing the practice, Mr. Maglich draws on his experience in representing employers and individuals in matters relating to the Immigration and Nationality Act. He has served the Firm's corporate and private clients in obtaining visas for many business purposes, including (but not limited to) intracompany transfers of executives and specialists; specialty professionals under the H-1B program; treaty-based investor and traders; exchange visitors; special-purpose business visitors; and permanent residence in categories requiring Department of Labor certification as well as in those such as extraordinary-ability and outstanding researcher. Mr. Maglich also co-ordinates with White & Case's many non-U.S. offices to serve clients' needs in moving and hiring personnel in various countries around the world. Mr. Maglich has experience in family-based immigration and questions of deportation and admissibility on criminal and other grounds. He works closely with the tax and trusts & estates department, in which he formerly practiced, to assist private clients in co-ordinating their tax and immigration planning. He has been a speaker and author on immigration topics for, among others, the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).