Structuring Cross-Border Commercial Transactions: Negotiating and Drafting Key Deal Terms
Optimizing Data Flow, Choice of Law, Dispute Resolution and Enforcement Provisions; Navigating Regulatory Issues
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
The CLE webinar will provide transactional attorneys with critical guidance on structuring cross-border commercial transactions. Our panel will offer insight on negotiating and drafting essential terms like choice-of-law and dispute resolution provisions and how to optimize data-flow between parties amid increasingly strict policing of international data-transfer clauses.
- Cross-border transactions
- Common types
- Key provisions
- Transaction management
The panel will review these and other essential considerations:
- How can counsel best prioritize the multiple factors that impact the structure of a transaction (i.e., tax, accounting, reporting, corporate, etc.)?
- What cross-border issues can affect deal structure?
- What practical steps can counsel advise for managing cross-border transactions to maximize the benefit for clients?
Charles S. Baldwin, IV
Brooks Pierce McLendon Humphrey & Leonard
Mr. Baldwin has diverse experience in international and transportation law and is recognized as one of the... | Read More
Mr. Baldwin has diverse experience in international and transportation law and is recognized as one of the state’s leading attorneys in these areas. He represents corporations on a variety of cross-border issues, including imports, exports, cargo claims and Federal Maritime Commission matters. Mr. Baldwin has always had an interest in international business and cultures and continues to be a frequent speaker on topics related to business law and international trade.Close
Sai S. Pidatala
Aside from being an experienced U.S. corporate transactional lawyer, Mr. Pidatala also spearheads the global Middle... | Read More
Aside from being an experienced U.S. corporate transactional lawyer, Mr. Pidatala also spearheads the global Middle East and India practices in conjunction with the firm’s deep bench of international corporate and commercial attorneys. He concentrates in M&A, cross-border transactions, and other general corporate and commercial work spanning the U.S., the Middle East and key markets in Asia including Hong Kong and Singapore. He has worked at law firms in New York, Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Mr. Pidatala advises clients in the energy, retail, hospitality, life sciences, logistics and manufacturing spaces. A seasoned technology transactions attorney, he has negotiated and finalized complex licensing, outsourcing and tech transfer agreements while providing regulatory and compliance advice on cutting-edge data protection, privacy and cybersecurity issues.Close