International trade law is a niche legal area filled with many pitfalls that can quickly derail business deals and lead to massive expenses. With the help of the right lawyer, you can navigate past all of these dangers and pursue your international business ventures in a cost-effective manner.
At Gentry Business Law Firm, our attorneys have basic communications skills in Italian and French, English fluency, and familiarity with a wide range of international laws and regulations. This allows our firm to help you address complex international matters and build a thriving business.
A sample of the services we provide includes:
- Assisting you with bringing imports into the country for a wide variety of products and industries
- Representing clients who wish to export products from the U.S. to other countries
- Helping U.S.-based companies with tax inversions so they can take advantage of tax benefits (more information on inversions in the section below)
You can rely on our experience with these and all other complex international business matters. We are well-versed in these situations, as we provide representation to clients in Europe and in non-European countries around the world.
Tax Inversions Can Save Your Business Money
Medium and large businesses may wish to execute a corporate tax inversion. This process allows them to reincorporate overseas and become a foreign company for tax purposes. An inversion can allow a company to save money and become more competitive, which is a benefit for shareholders.
If a U.S. business owner wants to open a company abroad, or do a tax inversion, the legal procedures will take place under U.S. and foreign law. We can help your company with California and federal law, and we will work with a lawyer overseas to ensure the foreign documents are prepared correctly.
The Experience Necessary For International Trade
For a consultation, please call our firm today at 949-945-0414 or complete our online contact form. From our office in Newport Beach, California, we serve clients across the state.