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Hand Arendall's clients, both domestic and foreign, understand the market for their goods and services is increasingly global in nature. Relying on more than 60 years of legal experience, the lawyers in the International Law Practice Group provide clients practical and effective guidance in commercial transactions, dispute resolution and political and regulatory matters around the world. These lawyers understand the challenges of conducting business in different legal and cultural settings and the advantages of good working relationships with local counsel in other countries to assist clients.

The lawyers in the International Law Practice Group recognize that to provide effective advice, they must stay abreast of international developments and commercial trends. They actively participate in trade missions around the world and in organizations promoting trade and cultural awareness on the state, regional and national levels.

Examples of international work in which these lawyers have been engaged include:


  • Sale and export transactions
  • Distributor agreements
  • Technology licensing
  • Protection of intellectual property rights
  • Corporate mergers and acquisitions
  • Litigation or arbitration of trade disputes
  • Entity formation issues abroad
  • Advice on political, economic and commercial risk factors
  • Monitoring U.S. governmental policies relating to trade


For more information regarding the International Law Practice Group, contact any of the lawyers in the Practice Group.



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