In fact, Miami’s legal industry has now started closing business deals from all over the world with clients from multiple different countries and varied industries. These consist of international governments, private equity investors, and small to mid-size corporations. The result of this recession in the United States is that law firms are picking up more international work, not only from Latin America, but now with many firms dealing with large corporations and investors from China and India. While Miami has always been considered to be a secondary legal market in the United States, it is now becoming the leading international venue for legal services.
China and India’s economic markets are bourgeoning into leading markets of the world. With the inherent benefits of working with overseas businesses such as lower costs to the manufacturer and cheaper prices for the consumers, there are some blatant political and cultural differences that many businesses in the United States face when dealing with overseas counterparts and governments.
Arora Law Firm has expertise and the necessary linguistic skills in dealing with South Asian markets such as India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. We work with overseas businesses and individuals ranging from real estate and business acquisitions to brokering and fostering business relationships of domestic entities with corporations abroad. As the tourism industry in Miami as well as other parts of the country is on the rise, Arora Law Firm has remained on the forefront in assisting domestic and international clients to forge business partnerships in this flourishing industry.
In cross-border transactions, hiring the right lawyers and professionals you can trust and who understand the cultural drawbacks to get the work done can be half the battle won. The other half is making sure the results delivered are timely, efficient, and of the highest quality which entails understanding the cultural norms and drawbacks of the other country as well as how the American legal system works. This ultimately helps the process go smoother. Effectively handling an international transaction requires a steadfast approach in maintaining constant contact with the foreign lawyers, accountants, and brokers.
Arora Law Firm represents every segment of the hospitality industry. We handle acquisition, development, management and license agreement, financing, club membership matters, labor and employment, and condominium hotel documentation. Clients served in this capacity include owners, developers, operators of/lenders to hotels, resorts, timeshare and fractional properties internationally. We have knowledge and experience in this niche industry. We also understand the opportunities and adversities our hospitality clients face.
Call Arora Law Firm now at (305) 403-8737 to consult with us regarding your business and future opportunities in the hospitality industry both domestically and abroad.
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