Akrivis Law Group’s International Commercial Transactions practice offers a wide range of services for businesses large and small. Irrespective of whether you are a high-tech start-up about to enter into your first overseas transactions or an established public company looking to expand overseas, our team can assist you in achieving your objectives in a timely and effective manner. We also counsel foreign corporations on how to establish or expand their presence in the U.S. most efficiently and in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
Our lawyers possess the legal know-how, experience and skills to handle sophisticated multi-jurisdictional commercial transactions. We have experience working on transactions and engaging foreign counsel around the globe, and our lawyers have particular knowledge of critical emerging and frontier markets such as those of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region and Latin America. Furthermore, our foreign language skills and familiarity with the business culture of many other regions allow us to better assist our clients prevent misunderstandings and improve efficiency in structuring and implementing cross-border transactions.
From Washington to the world, utilizing our vast experience and our connections with some of the most reputable lawyers and law firms around the globe, Akrivis Law Group can help get you where you want to go.
Doing Business Overseas
Our team is highly experienced in helping businesses take the crucial step to go overseas.
From determining the legal vehicle for entering into the new market, be it a distributorship, franchise, licensing or other arrangement, all the way to drafting and negotiating agreements with local partners, Akrivis Law Group can guide you through this exciting yet challenging phase of your business’ growth.
More importantly, we can help on issues such as:
- Setting up foreign ventures, subsidiaries or branches
- Joint venture agreements
- Distributorship arrangements
- Franchise agreements
- Agency arrangements
Middle East / North Africa (MENA) Practice
- Setting up a company in Dubai’s free zones
- Private-equity funded technology ventures in the UAE
- Entering into a joint bidding agreement for an energy or construction project in Iraq or Afghanistan
- Trade compliance advisory on US laws for companies in Turkey
From Abu Dhabi to Istanbul, we can offer you our broad knowledge and in-region experience to help you every step of the way with our exceptional insight into this critical, often poorly understood part of the world.