Jun 01, 2017 ACC DocketVolume 35
, Number 5
, Page 26-33
By John R. Sandweg and Samar S. Ali
As the world prepares to enter a period of increasing isolationism, one effect is indisputable: It will slow down global commerce. From conducting a large-scale international acquisition to simply sending an email, in-house counsel can expect to encounter a wide array of new legal considerations that will directly impact cross-border business operations.
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