Modern businesses do not always confine their markets within arbitrary national borders. The Internet is global; and international commerce must expand to keep up with it. A commercial law firm must strive to minimize the legal risks inherent in the conduct of multinational business deals—and to assist its clients in seizing the opportunities to grow and profit from them
A Focus on Helping International Companies Avoid the Legal Risks of United States Markets
Modern business does not stop at state or even national borders. In order for a commercial law firm to be responsive to its client’s needs, it must have the capacity to handle cross-border transactions and lawsuits.
The Nissenbaum Law Group has developed a niche in regard to the unique legal aspects that arise when international companies seek to enter and flourish in United States markets.
One notable example is that the firm has extensive experience representing U.S. subsidiaries of foreign-owned parents. Another, is the firm’s focus in handling international litigation in the United States.
The Nissenbaum Law Group represents its clients in a wide-variety of United States commercial transactions and litigation, such as the following:
- Regulatory filings, such as the Bureau of Economic Analysis’ (BEA) surveys of foreign direct investment in the United States, as required by the United States Department of Commerce;
- Visa requirements for foreign employees and their families;
- Entity formation for Subsidiary companies;
- Intellectual property protection, such as copyrights and trademarks, with a particular emphasis on the relationship between European Union and United States filings
- Commercial leases and the purchase of real estate;
- Sale and distribution agreements;
- Intra-company financing and licensing arrangements;
- Employment and independent contractor agreements;
- E-commerce agreements and legal notices; and
- The purchase or sale of business divisions and other assets
Publications & Presentations
Gary D. Nisssenbaum, Esq.
- Pitfalls in Collecting a Judgment Against Individual Partners of a Partnership, The Independent Eastern Association of Equipment Lessors, Fall, 1994
- The Legal Ramifications of Computer Outsourcing, Legal Tech Newsletter, December, 1994
- 900 Numbers Come of Age, Communications Managers Association Review, Winter, 1984
- How to Sharpen Your Contract Clauses, Telemarketing Magazine, May, 1994
Laura J. Magedoff, Esq.
- Panelist, Intellectual Property Protection & Enforcement, New Jersey Bar Association Annual Conference, Atlantic City, NJ, May 2017
- Presented Seminar, Business Contracts A to Z, National Business Institute, Newark, NJ, December 2013
- Presented Seminar, 2014 Trademark Primer: Prosecution & Enforcement Strategies Every Attorney Should Know, NJICLE, New Brunswick, NJ, November 2013
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