(Newswire.net -- July 28, 2015) New York, New York -- International law is a complicated issue, especially for businesses that engage in trade between countries. "International trade can lead to very complex issues and, in some cases, expensive mistakes," notes Leodis Matthews, a leading international attorney who focuses his work primarily on businesses engaged in trade between China and the United States. "Without the help of a lawyer with experience in international trade, it is very likely that a business owner may make critical errors that can wind up being very costly."
Along with his partners in China, this attorney, as seen at https://www.pinterest.com/leodismatthews/, offers help to those on both sides of the Pacific who engage in trade between the two countries. "With the help of a law firm with ties in both the United States and China, for example, it is much easier for businesses to navigate the complexities of international law."
He points out that issues such as international trade agreements, tariffs and offshore tax rules can have a significant impact on doing business overseas. At all times, he and his partners recommend that business owners retain an attorney or a law firm with strong ties in both countries in question.
Matthews believes having a connected attorney is important for two main reasons. The first is that they will ensure efficient communication when chances are language will differ. "Miscommunication is the main reason you will see costly mistakes." He explains. "Speak their language through a professional."
The second reason Lee mentions is business etiquette and expert opinion on the area. Different countries do business differently and a connected attorney can provide the security and knowledge you need to do successful business.
For more information, see his website.
About Leodis Matthews: Leodis "Lee" Matthews is an attorney who specializes in complex civil litigation and business law including real estate transactions, merger and acquisitions, and corporate finance. Mr. Matthews also works regularly on cases involving international law, as a government liaison, and in matters of federal administrative and employment law. He is a dedicated and professional corporate legal and trial lawyer. Mr. Matthews is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the Court of International Trade, the United States Claims Court, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the 5th, 6th and 9th Circuit Courts of Appeals. He is also a member of the State Bar Associations for Oregon, California and the District of Columbia.
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