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Local Counsel Instruction Letter Sample
Doing Deals in and with Emerging Markets: BRICs and Beyond 2013 ( Edition)
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When engaging in cross-border deals such as acquisitions of foreign companies it is often necessary to work with local counsel in a foreign country to navigate and comply with local regulations.
Managing the relationship between U.S. deal counsel, local foreign counsel, and the client is essential.
This form provides a template for an introductory letter from U.S. deal counsel to local foreig counsel setting out the parameters of the relationship and procedures to be followed.
PLI Item #:
Corporate & Securities, International Law
"foreign corrupt practices act"
"mergers and acquisitions"
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