Please note, this event was postponed from April 7, 2022, and has been rescheduled to June 22, 2022.
The Business, Commercial and Bankruptcy Section of the Barristers Club, Solo and Small Firm Section of the Barristers Club, the BASF International Law and Practice Section and BASF Corporate Law Section present
Doing Business Internationally
How companies can fundraise, expand, and hire in the US and abroad
||Wednesday, June 22, 2022
||11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
||12:00 - 1:15 p.m.
|| 1 Hour
What considerations do companies need to be mindful of when expanding beyond headquarters, internationally? For foreign companies coming to the United States, when does it make sense to set up a subsidiary or perform a DE flip? For American companies expanding their workforce abroad, what kind of employment, immigration, and intellectual property concerns apply? When does setting up an entity such as a subsidiary abroad make sense, versus using a PEO?
- Why some foreign companies may set up subsidiaries versus flip when coming to the United States
- What American companies need to know when expanding or hiring abroad in Europe and Asia in terms of employment, immigration, and intellectual property protection
- Tax ramifications of cross-border operations
- When setting up a PEO is advisable or not
Karen Diep, Samsung
Event Code: B221210
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