International Business Law and Immigration

Global Business and Immigration law handles matters involving inbound investment in the U.S. by a foreign firm, outbound investment by a U.S. firm overseas, the myriad of issues regarding international commerce in goods and services, and the attendant immigration issues accompanying these matters.

Wood + Lamping Global Business attorneys find solutions for our clients in the maze of challenges and shifting regulations for cross-border endeavors. Our attorneys guide clients through the process, identify and mitigate against associated legal and business risks, facilitate the obtainment of key legal objectives, and serve our client’s strategic and tactical business goals.

Experience

  • Assisted clients in matters that present cross-border questions and to draw upon localized legal expertise in jurisdictions across the world.
  • Utilized foreign language experts to simplify and expedite the immigration process.

Related News

In early January 2023, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission announced a proposed rule that would bar employers from entering into non-competition agreements with employees and require employers to rescind any existing non-competition agreements. Many sources give the impression that the ban is in place or just around the corner. While this is certainly news worth following, we strongly encourage employers and employees to understand one critical thing: employee non-competition agreements are not dead yet.

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