The International Law attorneys at The Williams Firm offer a broad range of legal services to businesses engaged in international commerce, including litigation and dispute resolution and transactional services especially in connection with those transactions that involve doing business in the United States or with U.S. companies. Our international law attorneys negotiate deals and obtain intellectual property protection globally. We negotiate cross-border transactions and prepare contracts between parties in different countries, protect trademarks and other intellectual property throughout the world, and advise on international business law issues.
The international law attorneys at The Williams Firm can negotiate and prepare a wide variety of business contracts, and we can negotiate international deals between American companies and companies abroad. Our international law attorneys have negotiated transactions involving European, South American, Chinese, Japanese, East Asian, Mideastern, Australian, and American companies, among others.
Some of the international business law services we provide include:
- International business transactions and contracts
- Civil litigation and dispute resolution
- Corporate governance
- Business formations
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Contract law
- Intellectual property
- Trademarks and copyrights
- Trademark and copyright searches
- Collection of debts
- Employment law
- Joint ventures
- Import and export contracts and regulations
- Complex business disputes
- Unfair competition
- Anti-competitive conduct by competitors
- Insurance claims and litigation
- Corporate and partnership disputes
- Electronic discovery (“E-Discovery”)
- Internet law
- Alternative dispute resolution such as mediation and arbitration
- New market expansion
- Real estate transactions
- Construction transactions and contracts
- Distribution agreements
- Conflict of laws
We can help clients protect their valuable trademarks in the Eurozone, Japan, Canada, Australia or elsewhere in the world. We understand the unique requirements for registering trademarks in each different country, and in cooperative economic regions such as the European Union.
Contact an international law attorney at The Williams Firm in Walnut Creek, California.
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