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Doing Business in the United States

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Lawrence LandmanRoskilde University, Denmark

ISBN13: 9780471961604
ISBN: 0471961604
Published: January 1997
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Format: Paperback
Price: £30.99



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Conducting successful business in the US requires a clear understanding of the legal framework that a business must operate in. The issues are complex at federal and state level and the need for professional advice cannot be ignored. However, a general understanding of the issues allows the business to ask the most pertinent questions and therefore save time and money.;This work is designed to help the non-US business person operate effectively when conducting business in the States. It concentrates on the key business/legal issues which cause the greatest difficulties and which can result in lost contracts and wasted time. It provides information that a business would look to receive after seeking initial advice from a US attorney and highlights the key problems that may arise and the vital questions that must be addressed when more detailed professional advice is sought.

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Contents:
EXPORTING GOODS TO THE UNITED STATES; Agent and Distributor Agreements: Selling in America; Bringing Goods into the United States: Handling Customs Effectively; ESTABLISHING A PRESENCE IN THE US MARKET; Corporations, Partnerships, and Joint Ventures: Establishing a Business in the United States; SELLING IDEAS; Commercial Intellectual Property: Protecting Valuable Ideas; Licensing: The Technology Transfer Agreement; THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT; Product Liability: Managing Risk; Contracting: Creating Binding Obligations; Warranties and Fraud: The Promises You Make; Court System: Lawsuits and Arbitration; Index.