Helping Businesses Navigate the Complex International Trade Market
Many small businesses decide to take the step to expand into international markets., whether that means expanding into foreign countries or into the U.S. from foreign countries. In either situation, the global market offers many opportunities for success and growth. However, there can also be a lot of risk involved, as well as a complicated and confusing web of regulations and laws that can change often with the political climate. This is why it is so important to have a global trade attorney on your side.
For the best chance of success when expanding into domestic or foreign markets, you should seek counsel and assistance from a highly experienced international trade attorney. Primum Law Group can help you navigate the regulatory jungle and business environment of global trade, so please contact our office for more information.
Global trade is a complex endeavor that may involve:
- U.S. Customs law
- Export compliance
- Import regulations
- The Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
- The Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
- Logistics companies
Primum Law regularly advises clients regarding costs, compliance, and other important considerations regarding global trade. We represent clients before both domestic and international agencies involved in cross-border commerce and regulation, including all U.S. agencies that have a part in overseeing the exportation or importation of goods. Should international disputes arise, we can represent companies in federal or state court, or use a network of international counsel for assistance when needed.
Consult with a San Francisco Global Trade Attorney Today
Many different industries can benefit from international trade, including retail, technology, pharmaceuticals, food products, biotechnology, telecommunications, aviation, electronics, and more. If your company is considering branching out to the global market, you must ensure you do it correctly, as there can be a lot of money to lose. Primum Law Group can help with successful global trade, so please call 415.293.8042 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.