International Law

Prince, Yeates & Geldzahler is a full-spectrum law firm that represents clients from established multinational corporations, to small and medium-sized businesses just entering the international arena, to non-profit and charitable organizations with international legal needs. Our attorneys also represent foreign clients looking to establish or expand operations in the United States.

The select group of attorneys in the firm’s international practice group has extensive business and governmental experience throughout the world. Our attorneys have worked internationally for the U.S. State Department, leading multinational corporations, non-profit organizations, and several prominent international law firms. Additionally, Prince, Yeates & Geldzahler’s international practice group has access to a unique network of select local legal experts throughout the world to assure that clients’ domestic and international operations are always closely coordinated.

The international practice group has developed particular expertise in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, including several of the key countries that have recently acceded to the European Union. Members of the international practice group and their support staff are fluent in languages such as Czech, Slovak, Hungarian, German, Croatian, and Serbian. Because of their many years of unique real-world experience in this dynamic region, members of the international practice group understand the important issues and have fostered the critical relationships that enable them to effectively advance and protect clients’ organizational and personal objectives and interests.

Whether helping U.S.-based companies navigate the global marketplace or international clients to thrive and expand in the United States, our services include:

  • Structuring and establishing international operations
  • Foreign government relations and coordination
  • International dispute resolution and litigation support
  • Investment, financing and credit issues
  • Importing and exporting
  • Sales agreements, property purchases and lease transactions
  • Employment issues—including contracts and work permits or visas
  • Licensing, trademark and intellectual property issues


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