- Contract Considerations in Dealing with Foreign Entities
- January 5, 2017 | Authors: David J. Garrett; Christine L. Myatt; Peter A. Santos
- Law Firms: Nexsen Pruet, LLC - Raleigh Office ; Nexsen Pruet, LLC - Greensboro Office ; Nexsen Pruet, LLC - Charlotte Office
- On December 14, Nexsen Pruet attorneys Peter Santos, Christy Myatt, and David Garrett led a presentation to members of the Association of Corporate Counsel Research Triangle Area.
The team explored how more than 10,000 North Carolina businesses export more than $31 Billion worth of merchandise every year and support more than 164,000 jobs.
That's not to mention hundreds of foreign-owned businesses employ tens of thousands of North Carolina workers. As a result, now more than ever, North Carolina is woven into the global economy.
The presentation helped attendees navigate contractual processes across borders and draft agreements that protect their interests. Topics included:
- Leveling the playing field for dispute resolution
- Enhancing boilerplate provisions
- Writing general contract provisions
- Conflicting applicability of global business legal regimes
Through stories from the trenches, the team offered examples of proven legal strategies and tips on:
- Export controls