XLP attorneys bring years of experience in international transactions – whether the negotiation of mult-country supplier agreements or the international sale of defense products and services. XLP attorneys area well versed in the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR) as well as the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and related international regulatory compliance regimes. With the growth of economic globalization, understanding the advantages and pitfalls of international commerce requires experienced, detail oriented counsel. XLP attorneys can advise clients across the gamut of international business challenges.
Integrated Strategies for Global Business Challenges
In an increasingly globalized world market, business decision makers need to understand risk mitigation as well as opportunity. Overseas economies offer new markets for products and services, but US and international governments scrutinize and regulate that trade. It is not enough to understand discreet international trade compliance regulations; XLP attorney understand that business decisions need to eb made with an understanding of the full spectrum of rules and restrictions.
Outsourced General Counsel
XLP attorneys function as outsourced General Counsel for many emerging and mid-market clients. Some clients may only reach out to us a few times a month, and others will reach out a few times a day. In either situation, XLP attorneys are available and responsive – our support does not end at the conclusion of the workday! Our attorneys advise on every aspect of modern global business, from corporate formation, to contract negotiation to employment law to mergers and acquisitions.
The tables below detail some, BUT NOT ALL, of the corporate transactions our attorneys undertake.
- Licensing requirements under the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR)
- Analyzing effects of employing H-1B and Permanent Resident Card holders for deemed exports
- Reviewing marketing and technical data for international distribution, review and analysis of the denied parties list
- Compliance with Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), anti-boycott regulations
- Compliance with Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) regulations
- Guiding business through transactions subject to review by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS)
- Negotiating contracts with international governments and corporate entities
- Understanding offset and coproduction agreements
- Understanding ad compliance with Foreign Military Sales (FMS) regulations