(Newswire.net -- July 3, 2015) Los Angeles, CA -- Leodis Matthews has spent many years working in various aspects of international law, including trans-world business ventures, incorporations and agreements. Now, Matthews discusses the implications of the latest trade agreements on the part of the United States and world governments and how these impact American businesses.
"While there has been a great deal of controversy surrounding the Trans-Pacific Partnership and, to a lesser extent, other European trade agreements, Congress has finally agreed to fast-track this deal. Because of that, the possibility of much greater trade involving 40 percent of the world's economy is now a reality," says Matthews, on the web at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009525824620.
For most American businesses, this could be good news. However, Matthews warns that moving into the international trade arena is not as simple as deciding to do business with foreign entities. "There is a great deal of law that goes into foreign trade," he notes. "It is not a simple venture, and without proper legal advice, business owners can wind up spending a great deal of money without seeing the returns they expected."
Leodis C. Matthews has worked with many international partners through the years and offers advice to American businesses who want to enter into international trade deals. His best advice is to secure the services of an attorney who thoroughly understands business law as well as the international regulations regarding the target country. "Having a good international attorney on your side is well worth the time and investment if you are serious about doing business internationally," notes Matthews.
About Leodis Matthews: Leodis "Lee" Matthews is an attorney who specializes in complex civil litigation and business law including advising on real estate developments, cross-border transactions, merger and acquisitions, and corporate finance. Mr. Matthews also works regularly on cases involving international trade law, on government regulatory compliance, 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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