International Attorney: Afghan-U.S. Trade
Afghanistan Business Interaction with Expatriate Corporations and Governments
The International Trade Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce has a particular interest in trade between the United States and Afghanistan and there are many opportunities for this to occur. The Office of the United States Trade Representative has also acknowledged the growing investment and commercial ties between the two countries. If you are considering entering into this arena, an international attorney can guide you through the complicated legal processes involved. There are many requirements which, if not met, can not only cause your venture to fail but can also create serious legal problems.
The foreign corporation representation in the U.S. and abroad offered by our team at The Federal Practice Group Worldwide Service can give you the advice and guidance you need to successfully pursue your business interests. Our firm command of international law allows us to consider the big picture when assisting you with your business goals. Without this type of representation from an experienced legal professional, you run a great risk of missed opportunities and stunted growth or worse. Our firm can help you with all legal matters relating to your dealings with expatriate corporations as well as government entities. Our expertise with contracts also extends to U.S. federal government contracts.
Whether you need assistance with joint venture agreements, foreign investment in the U.S., or other trade circumstances, we can help. With over 100 years of combined experience, our legal team has the extensive knowledge required to protect your rights and interests and assist with your business objectives. We can help with recourse to federal appellate law where required in endeavoring to help you recover from missteps or unjust barriers.
Contact an international lawyer for worldwide representation and assistance with your Afghan-U.S. trade matters and legal needs.