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Cross-Border Solutions

We help companies involved in cross-border activities manage the complexities of overseas operations and doing business with foreign partners.

Companies regularly turn to us for guidance when operating overseas or looking to expand abroad. From business formation, licensing, and commercial transactions, to intellectual property protection, data privacy, and international tax planning and compliance, we provide a full range of legal services to organizations engaged in cross-border activities. We also help clients resolve their cross-border disputes through international mediation, arbitration, and litigation. 

Our attorneys have particular expertise helping nonprofit organizations and foundations with global operations. We regularly advise our nonprofit clients on how to comply with foreign laws and regulations while preserving their US tax-exempt status in activities such as donating goods and services abroad, partnering with government agencies and foreign NGOs, and establishing foreign organizations overseas that qualify for tax-exempt status. 

Holland & Hart has helped clients expand and operate abroad in more than 150 jurisdictions, spanning six continents. Leveraging an extensive network of foreign counsel cultivated through long-term working relationships, we can meet the specific needs of our clients wherever they do business. 

In addition to serving US clients operating abroad, we serve international clients seeking to do business in the United States, advising on inbound investments and on US laws and regulations. 


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