Cross-Border Transactions

For clients who need legal support for their international business transactions, we get the deal done, no matter where, when or what currency.

Our approach

As economic and financial borders dissolve, transactions have an increasingly global component.

We’re excited about the opportunities that globalization creates for our clients. They depend on us to develop solutions, no matter what the geography. We’re a leading advisor to public and private companies leading deals that span the globe. Our results-oriented team creates innovative solutions that make transactions faster, smoother and less costly.

We help with the following types of transactions:

  • Global M&A
  • International tax and tax planning
  • Multi-national real estate purchases
  • Securities
  • International loan and syndicated loan agreements
  • Negotiation and drafting of commercial agreements of all types
  • U.S. Export-Import Bank credit facilities
  • Cross-border lease transactions
  • International project finance and structured finance arrangements
  • International private equity transactions

Our cross-disciplinary approach spans many of our firm’s practice areas: from tax, securities, corporate governance and labor to real estate, intellectual property, employee benefits, environmental, antitrust and other regulatory fields.

Integrating our global network, we provide seamless service to our clients on cross-border transactions, doing deals across multiple time zones, in various languages, involving an array of currencies.

Vendere impianti, attrezzature e macchinari in USA... come minimizzare, l’esposizione alle passività fiscali, le vendite

Fiscalità e Commercio Internazionale | October 01, 2016

Article by Charles Bernardini and Frank Emmons on sales tax and use tax issues facing foreign companies selling and installing manufacturing equipment in the United States.

Seed Co. Settlement Sends Warning Signal To Exporters

Law360 | September 20, 2016

Washington, DC, M&A and corporate transactions partner Alexandra López-Casero and associate Anjali Vohra co-authored this piece that discusses the significance of the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s $4.3 million penalty against PanAmerican Seed Company as it demonstrates that the treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control will continue to vigorously enforce Iran sanctions violations and serves as a lesson to exporters as to the prevailing pattern of violations resulting from the use of intermediaries.

Export Agroalimentare Negli USA

Gazzetta di Parma | September 06, 2016

Partner Charles Bernardini is included in this article on a discussion of exporting food and beverage products to the United States.

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