International law may involve many different international jurisdictions with their own laws and systems.
Companies that do business in more than one country need to ensure that they are structured and incorporated legally in each of the jurisdictions where they are doing business. Each country’s laws and regulations may apply differently to the following and more:
- Business Registration
- Business Licensing
- Business Structuring
- Business Contracts
- Business Laws and Employment Laws
International Arbitration, Dispute Resolution, and Litigation
Each country has its own laws, legal systems, judicial institutions, and processes for settling disputes between parties. Especially where multinational parties are engaged in a dispute, it is important to have clarity about which laws apply, how, and where.
Consulting with an attorney when engaging in any international agreement or contract may ensure that you have guidance in preventing and resolving international legal disputes.
To consult with Hoban Law Group on a question about international law, call us at 303-674-7000.