In today’s ever increasing global market place, organisations often look to enter new markets by setting up operations in new jurisdictions - whether that’s through organic growth or through strategic M&A activity.
When expanding into new territories, it is important to realise the importance of getting the right legal advice to not only make you more effective from the outset, but to ensure that you don’t run into problems at a later stage. There are many things to consider, but if you do nothing else, you should:
At Taylor Wessing, we work with our clients as strategic partners - we not only understand the issues you face as a corporate entity, but as we are industry specialists as well as lawyers, we also understand the specific market challenges you will face as you expand internationally and can help you structure your business accordingly.
Designed to help foreign investors, our Guide "Doing Business & Investing in Germany" provides an overview of the legal issues involved when setting up a new business or running an already existing business. Focusing on commercial, corporate and employment law, it also covers other areas like the German tax system, the financing of companies as well as the protection of patents and trademarks.
Check-in Netherlands is a guide focusing on the key legal issues that overseas businesses need to consider when setting up and doing business in the Netherlands. It also includes comments on current trends and hot topics in the market.
Check-in UK is a guide focusing on the key legal issues that overseas businesses need to consider when setting up and doing business in the UK. It also includes comments on current trends and hot topics in the market.