International Corporate Law

Giampolo Law Group recognizes that international law is in a constant state of flux and evolution. Growing security concerns and unsteady economic forecasts have prompted governments to enact new laws to protect people and their businesses. To be competitive in today’s economic market, companies must have an international business strategy but the inherent risk in growing internationally is that a company must avail themselves to the laws not only of the country in which they are domiciled, but also the laws of the countries in which they seek to transact business. GLG’s knowledge of the state of current international law allows us to ensure our clients’ success on the world stage by mitigating the risks associated with navigating the international legal landscape.

GLG represents businesses in mergers and acquisitions that reach over national boundaries; international franchising; private equity and capital development, as well as corporate restructurings. GLG also represents businesses in a broad variety of transactions involving Canada, France, China, Tanzania, Kenya, and other East African countries, in international trade, investment, financing, technology transfer and licensing, and foreign agent representation. We regularly advise clients on applicable US and foreign laws and regulations and treaties, the development of efficient and business-inductive transaction structures, due diligence matters, contract drafting and negotiations, preparation and submission of applications to obtain necessary licenses and permits, and considerations for intellectual property protection.

Typical functions GLG is prepared to handle include:

• Structuring of business relationships;
• Purchase and sale of a business including due diligence;
• Formation of companies in various jurisdictions;
• Obtaining tax-exempt status;
• Developing forms for procurement and sales;
• Drafting and negotiating all kinds of agreements;
• Advising on corporate governance, including shareholder/management relationships,
   meetings of the board and shareholders;
• Advising on personnel matters including employment and non-compete agreements;
• Negotiating premises and facilities leases and related agreements; and,
• Advising on intellectual property protection.



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