Author: Adam Rader, Esq.
Under what circumstances can United States federal statute apply extraterritorially—that is, outside of the U.S.? And in an increasingly globalized society, where parties in a legal dispute…
For international businesses, cross-border investments and transactions can bring numerous uncertainties, not least of which are potential tax liabilities. My clients regularly contact me with concerns about these matters, raising questions about topics such as thin capitalization and back to back loan rules, sending employees overseas, selling real estate, repatriation of funds, and more.Read More
Foreign companies (“FC”) wishing to establish a US entity to expand their business activities in the US will need to consider whether to form a corporation (Inc.) or a limited liability company (LLC). Likewise, an FC which wants to invest in an Inc. or an LLC will need to be familiar with certain tax and non-tax aspects of an Inc. and an LLC…Read More