Desh International Law is a business and international law firm that believes in companies who aspire to change the world. With improved technologies, better ideas, and the determination to make an industry, a community, and our world better than they found it, our clients lean into the cutting edge while focusing on running a profitable company that does great things. We focus on helping them get there.
At Desh International Law, we provide funding strategies, start-up collaboration, cultural bridges, and trade consultation, and we are adept at handling mergers and acquisitions, insurance coverage matters, management of foreign counsel, and much more so that our clients can invest energy and resources in taking their company to the next level while making a difference in our world.
- Amrita Srivastava Presents on Data Privacy Requirements (8/20/2014) - Growing companies have many things to consider and how online data is gathered, stored and managed is more important than you might think. Desh International Law Partner Amrita Srivastava lent her expertise in data privacy to a group of startup companies […]
- Investment from China – Join us for a Roundtable Discussion with Chinese Representatives (8/19/2014) - Desh International Law’s “Global Business Roundtable” – Inbound Investment from China – At our last roundtable, we discussed various aspects of attracting investment from overseas investors as a way to inject capital into a business. We will now take a deeper dive into […]
- Join Us for a Roundtable on Inbound Investment (7/2/2014) - Desh International Law’s “Global Business Roundtable” – Growing Your Business With Overseas Investment Capital – Private equity and bank loans are traditional ways that companies finance their expansion. In recent years, a third option has become more popular: investment from […]
- Pradnya Desh Interviewed by ThinkTech Asia on EB5 (5/16/2014) - Desh Internatonal Law Managing Partner Pradnya was featured on the “ThinkTech Asia” program. She was interviewed on the subject of international investing, and the use of the EB5 program as a vehicle for attracting capital.
- Michael Messina featured by WCIT Regarding Services Exports (4/10/2014) - The Washington Council on International Trade recently featured an article on TiSA (Trade in Services Agreement), a free trade agreement regarding services exports that is currently being negotiated by the US and several other countries. For more information, please see http://wcit.org/blog/tisa-and-services-exports-sleeping-giant-for-washington-state-economy/.
- Low Expectations For Hanoi Round Cast Doubt On November TPP ResultAt an informal round of talks taking place Sept. 1-10 in Hanoi, Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiators are poised to confront some of the most contentious issues in the negotiations, including intellectual property (IP) protections for drugs and disciplines on state-owned enterprises (SOEs). But with no plans to actually resolve any of these tough issue
- U.S. Officials Meet With Peruvian Government On Labor, Environmental ReformsA U.S. government delegation that traveled to Lima this week met with Peruvian officials to gather more information on labor and environmental reforms enacted in July that civil society groups claim violate Peru's commitments under its bilateral free trade agreement with the United States.
- NGO Argues TTIP Could Exacerbate Climate Change, Citing NAFTA ExampleA non-governmental organization critical of free trade agreements in a new paper is arguing that the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) might exacerbate climate change, pointing specifically to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) as a cautionary tale.
- Groser Predicts TPP Negotiations Will Not Be Concluded This YearNew Zealand Trade Minister Tim Groser has become the second minister from a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) country to predict that the negotiations will not be concluded this year, even as President Obama has set a November deadline for producing a substantial outcome in the talks.
- USTR Extends Guatemala Labor Plan, With Key Element Still OutstandingThe Obama administration has opted to extend a labor enforcement plan with Guatemala by one month instead of reactivating a formal dispute settlement panel under the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), even though Guatemala is still not in compliance with one of the plan's key provisions.
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