The legal structure needed to expand into the US

| Oct 17, 2018 | Business Formation and Planning Employment Litigation

If you have an established business outside of the United States, you might want to consider expanding into America, specifically Massachusetts. Expanding your venture is an excellent way to overcome trade barriers and minimize the distance between distribution and manufacturing facilities. It can also help you to draw closer to the human resources you need.

Establishing a business presence in America can certainly be a smart move for boosting efficiency and decreasing costs, thus ultimately helping you to form a more robust business. However, making this type of move can be complicated, whether you are in the technology, manufacturing, or oil and gas industries. One of the reasons for this is that legalities must be addressed.

Expanding into Massachusetts from overseas can also be difficult because major differences may exist in the business operation-related customs in America versus another nation. For this reason, hiring an attorney is a wise step to take if you are thinking about developing a footprint in the Bay State. Your attorney can walk you through the complexities of the state’s business climate and international trade.

In our 100 years of service, we’ve helped companies from Japan, England, France, Russia, Dubai, Israel and many other countries establish themselves in the U.S. Since 1918, the attorneys of Seder & Chandler have excelled at facing complicated and fast-moving legal issues, from complex corporate law, commercial real estate and estate planning, to acting as counsel for business and personal legal matters. Contact us today to learn how our combination of traditional commitments and adaptivity has given us a legacy of a 100 years.