PLI’s International Corporate Practice enables you to develop a comprehensive global legal department that plays a crucial greater role in fostering the company’s multinational growth.
International Corporate Practice shows you how to build a commanding global law firm network, including experienced direction on structuring, staffing, and budgeting, as well as on the use of foreign legal consultants and outsourcing.
Written by some of the nation’s leading corporate attorneys, International Corporate Practice helps you to develop compliance programs that minimize clients’ legal exposure in foreign markets; commercialize intellectual property in the marketplace; evaluate and effect successful mergers and acquisitions abroad; structure effective international project financing transactions; ensure clients’ satisfy international guidelines crucial to their continuing global viability, including financial reporting standards, transfer pricing rules, and environmental requirements; manage legal challenges facing clients overseas, including internal investigations and D&O liability claims; manage crises; mitigate risks via insurance coverage; and draft international arbitration agreements.
Updated at least once a year, International Corporate Practice: A Practitioner’s Guide to Global Success is an essential tool for corporate attorneys and for directors and officers in multinational corporations.
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