International Business Litigation
As technology improves, the world continues to get smaller. The business world is no different. Today, businesses of many sizes seek to take advantage of opportunities on a global scale. Whether you are a foreign company involved in the U.S. market or a U.S. company doing business overseas, you need skilled, experienced attorneys to resolve international business disputes.
At Pearson & Paris, P.C., our Denver international business litigation lawyers have more than 50 combined years of experience handling commercial disputes. We maintain relationships with law firms and attorneys around the world, allowing us to assist clients in many nations. Attorney Sean Paris is a native of Belgium and is fluent in English, French, Flemish and Dutch. When you need a law firm to handle your international business dispute, look no further than Pearson & Paris.
Handling Litigation And Arbitration
In the international business context, arbitration and litigation are both used to resolve disputes. We build strategies to benefit our clients in either forum, and we handle all aspects of the case so that you can focus on running your business. We represent a wide variety of clients, including brokers, buyers, manufacturers and suppliers of goods, and more. Cases we handle involve:
- Breach of contract
- Trademark infringement and registration of trademarks
- Copyright infringement and registration of copyrights
- Freight forwarding problems and other sales of goods issues
- Disputes over letters of credit and bills of lading
- Advising foreign clients and attorneys on U.S. law
We understand that the logistics involved in international arbitration and litigation can be hard to deal with. We do our best to streamline the process and minimize the need for clients to travel and spend time away from their business.
In addition to our litigation practice, we are skilled at formulating international agreements and contracts. We take pride in helping clients complete international business transactions, and doing so in ways designed to avoid disputes.