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Jun 16, 2017

Doing Business in the Latin American or Caribbean Regions

From October 5-6, 2017, Norris McLaughlin, PA will participate in the Meritas® Latin American/Caribbean “LAC” Regional Meeting in Panama City, Panama. On the afternoon of October 5, 2017, the LAC members will host a Client Round Table focused on “Doing Business in Latin America and the Caribbean” featuring attorney panelists from countries throughout the entire region.» Read More

Apr 25, 2014

REWIND: International Business News #93

In this week’s REWIND of international business law news, a New York judge resuscitates a colonial law to allow a lawsuit against U.S. companies for doing business with the South African apartheid regime, India braces for a potential United States downgrade of its intellectual property rights classification, and New York authorities poise to charge area car dealerships in a scheme to export luxury cars to China.» Read More

Feb 27, 2014

Go Global or Go Home: U.S. Businesses Weigh Benefits and Risks in Exporting

Businesses with fewer than 500 employees accounted for 294,589 of 301,238 U.S. exporters in 2012, or about 97%, according to preliminary data released by the U.S. Census Bureau in December.

— Rhonda Colvin, “The Cost of Expanding Overseas: As More Small Businesses Sell Goods Abroad, They Encounter Challenges—Like Getting Paid,” The Wall Street Journal, February 26, 2014

According to a survey of small businesses by the National Small Business Association and the Small Business Exporters Association in 2013, 41% of respondents said the largest challenge to selling goods and services to foreign customers was concern about securing payment from clients,  up significantly from only 26% in 2010.» Read More