All of Kaye Scholer's specific practice areas address international clients. To provide additional support for and emphasis on our international work, the firm has established an umbrella international group of lawyers from various departments with specific international experience. The members of the International practice group are based in our New York, Los Angeles, Washington, DC and Shanghai offices and have extensive experience conducting business in various countries.Our transactional experience falls into three major categories: (1) out-bound transactions involving the representation of U.S. individuals and companies in activities such as mergers and acquisitions, establishment of manufacturing facilities and licensing agreements; (2) in-bound transactions involving the representation of foreign individuals and companies investing or doing business in the U.S.; and (3) representation of domestic and international companies in joint ventures, strategic alliances, project financings, aircraft financings, recapitalizations and other commercial financing facilities for domestic and international companies.
In addition to our general work for international clients, we assist foreign companies with specific technical needs in organizing and conducting their U.S. operations, including financing, tax structuring, repatriating earnings abroad, and dealing with federal, state and local governments. Our international work involves companies with headquarters in Africa, Asia, Canada, Europe, Israel and Latin America.
In the Market
- Morgenstern, Patterson to Participate in PLI's Antitrust Institute 2015: Development & Hot Topics May 7–8, 2015 • Speaking Engagements
- Corporate Alert: Commerce Department Requires US Companies to Submit Filings Regarding Certain Foreign Affiliates April 10, 2015 • Client Alerts
- Q&A with Alice Young: Diversity Experiences and Achieving Success in the Legal Profession April 6, 2015 • Media Mentions
- Chambers Global 2015 Recognizes Kaye Scholer Practices and Attorneys Worldwide March 2015 • Recognitions
- Judgment Recognizes Arbitral Award Against Foreign State March 13, 2015 • Articles
- National Security Implications of Corporate Inversion: FOCI, CFIUS, and Export Controls September 24 • Client Alerts
- Examining Recent Trends in International Antitrust Enforcement August 27 • Articles
- Adam Golodner Suggests General Counsel Get Involved in Cybersecurity Rulemaking in Corporate Counsel August 13 • Media Mentions
- Recent Developments in the Extraterritorial Reach of the US Antitrust Laws August 13 • Articles