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.
- Desh International Law Featured in Local Publication (10/1/2014) - Desh International was featured in the Bellevue Reporter regarding its “Service Provider of the Year” award, its work with purpose-driven companies, and the growth in opportunities with China and India. http://www.bellevuereporter.com/business/277264761.html
- Desh Team Participates in “Negotiation in Asia” Business Forum (9/24/2014) - Michael Messina moderated a forum on “Negotiation in Asia” and Sulbha Rai served as a panelist, providing her insight into Indian negotiation dynamics. At the Asia Business Forum gathering on September 23rd, Mr. Messina led discussion from a panel of experts […]
- Your Data, Customer Data, Threats, and Insurance (9/19/2014) - With the frequency of high-profile network attacks increasing, in-house general counsel and their risk management counterparts are spending more time being preoccupied with issues of cyber security and crisis management planning for potential failures of that security than ever before. […]
- Desh International Law Awarded “Service Provider of the Year” (9/11/2014) - Desh International Law is proud to be the 2014 recipient of the World Trade Center Tacoma’s prestigious “Globe Award.” Recognizing the firm’s active involvement to draw inbound investment into the region, as well as providing advice and counsel to companies who are […]
- Pradnya Desh Quoted by Economic Times of India (9/11/2014) - Desh International Law’s Managing Partner, Pradnya Desh, was recently quoted by the Economic Times of India on the increased usage by Indian investors of the US EB5 program. http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2014-09-08/news/53691391_1_rich-indians-green-card-eb5-programme
- TPP Countries Mull Trade Secrets Language With Additional FlexibilityCANBERRA -- Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiators are considering language in the intellectual property (IP) chapter that would go a long way toward meeting a key U.S. industry demand that countries provide criminal penalties for the theft of trade secrets, but in a way that gives countries some flexibility in how they implement those remedies.
- Canada Seeks TPP Exception For Current Regime To Combat Online PiracyCANBERRA – Canada has proposed an exception in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations that would allow it to maintain its current legal regime for internet service providers (ISPs) to address online copyright infringement, even though that system falls short of the requirements the United States is seeking in the TPP, according to informed sources here.
- U.S., Japan Resume Ag Talks On Sidelines Of Canberra Informal RoundCANBERRA – The United States and Japan have resumed bilateral talks on agricultural market access on the sidelines of the informal Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) round taking place here, in line with a plan announced last week by Acting Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Wendy Cutler.
- Levin Heads To Sydney To Assess Status Of TPP Negotiations 'Firsthand'Rep. Sander Levin (D-MI), the ranking member on the House Ways & Means Committee, is traveling to Sydney this week to check on the state-of-play of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), his office announced on Oct. 21.
- WTO Compliance Panel Finds New COOL Measure Worse Than OriginalThe World Trade Organization on Monday (Oct. 20) dealt a blow to the United States country-of-origin labeling (COOL) program for meat with a finding that U.S. efforts to remedy problems identified in an earlier WTO decision fell far short of achieving that goal and actually worsened COOL's impact on Mexican and Canadian livestock producers.
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