International Business & Trade

The USLAW International Business & Trade community includes attorneys from United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa who create an immensely global resource and information sharing environment that ensures USLAW clients receive the most relevant counsel regarding the latest trends, policies and laws within the global business arena.

Why Choose USLAW International Business & Trade Law Firms?

As a result of our vast network around the world, USLAW International Business & Trade attorneys are uniquely positioned to assist both domestic and foreign-based clients with services ranging from negotiating, structuring and implementing strategic corporate and commercial transactions and day-to-day operations. We offer guidance and representation to clients in a variety of industries from complex contract matters to sales distribution issues to international business transactions. We know the local jurisdictions, country laws and international legal standards and best practices to counsel clients on U.S.-based or international business operations

Areas of Practice

USLAW International Business & Trade attorneys represents many U.S.-based companies operating internationally and foreign-based companies with respect to their United States operations, including:

  • Corporate and individual tax planning and implementation
  • Formation and administration of closely-held corporations, limited liability companies, joint ventures, partnerships, funds, start-ups, U.S. subsidiaries
  • Domestic and international sale of goods and services
  • Franchising and distributorships
  • Immigration planning and implementation
  • International contracts
  • Licensing
  • Mergers, acquisitions, dispositions, financings and recapitalizations

Linked Resources

Investing in Germany| Useful Information for U.S. Parent Companies: Concerns and Issues of the Local German Management

EU Court Blocks Transfer of Personal Data to the U.S. via "Safe Harbor" Arrangement

Agency and Distribution Contracts in an International Context (Dirkzwager_Frans Knüppe and Yntze Heida)

Investing In Germany: Deal Structuring From a Legal and Tax Interface Perspective (Buse Heberer Fromm_Jossip Hesse and Christiane Micha)

Cross-Border Discovery Disputes and 28 U.S.C.1782: Leveling the Playing Field

Pending U.S. Trade Issues_Robert L. Brown

Puchasing a Business in Canada Understand the Key Assets_Raso_Bawden_Farley_Poirier

Data Privacy and Data Retention in Europe_Rainer Kaspar_Hermann Hansmann

Reform of Challenges to English Government Decisions_Jeremy Lederman

Brazilian Internet Law_Tomás Filipe Schoeller Paiva

Going North: Foreign Investment in Canada

Recent Developments in Passenger Rights Under EU Regulations (EC) No 261/2004

2013 Developments in U.S. International Tax

Legal Knowledge Portal: Global Legal Knowledge Within Your Reach

The IC-DISC: The Last Big Tax Break for Exporters?

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: What Business Leaders and General Counsel Need to Know

Distribution Agreements in Latin America: What Your Business Must Know Before It Can Do Business

A Passionate Alliance with a Passionate Affiliation

A Brief Review: Product Liability in Canada

The New Brazilian Port Legislation

Foreign Exchange Controls in Argentina: A Brief Insight Into the Country's FX Restrictions and Their Impact on Business

Buying or Renting Property in the UK? The real estate, tax and estate planning issues that a U.S. citizen needs to know

Enforcement of Employment Claims in Turkey

The Netherlands As a Gateway For International Class Actions

How Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law and Practice May Affect Multinational Business

Reporting Consumer Product Safety Issues to Regulatory Agencies Worldwide

Bad Faith Litigation in Canada: Much Ado About Nothing?

The Role of the Attorney in China’s Outbound Investments

European Sales Law Proposal: An Opportunity for U.S. Companies

Investment in Real Estate in Spain: A Land of Opportunities