Desh International Law supports companies and non-profits with knowledgeable advice on operating and doing business in other countries, including on matters involving international transactions, investment, mergers and acquisitions, market entry, exporting/importing and regulatory matters. We prefer the personal touch – we get to know our clients well, and tailor solutions to their needs.
- 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/.
- Pradnya Desh Moderates WA Council on International Trade Panel (12/10/2013) - At the recent WCIT International Trade Conference, Pradnya Desh moderated a panel discussing global trade and trade policy issues. With panelists from Boeing, FedEx and the UK Government Trade Office, Pradnya led a high-caliber discussion that circled the globe on […]
- Michael Messina Hosted Asia Business Forum’s “E-Commerce in Asia” (10/15/2013) - Desh International Law’s Michael Messina was one of the Asia Business Forum’s hosts for “E-Commerce in Asia” which examined the current environment for e-commerce companies operating across Asia.
- China Tells Commerce It Wants To Negotiate Suspension Of Solar AD CaseBeijing has told the U.S. Commerce Department it wants to negotiate a settlement that would suspend an ongoing antidumping (AD) investigation into imports of certain solar panels from China, in a move that opens up new phase in the longstanding trade spat that will likely stretch on for months but leaves many questions unanswered.
- Details Emerge On Agenda, Venue For September TPP Meeting In HanoiThe upcoming informal Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiating round in Hanoi will include discussions on four issues that countries have consistently identified as the most difficult ones in the negotiations: market access, intellectual property (IP), environment, and state-owned enterprises (SOEs), according to the Vietnamese government.
- U.S. Steel Industry Hopes Fraying Russia Ties Will Aid Bid To End AD Suspension DealU.S. steel producers are urging the Department of Commerce to terminate a 15-year-old agreement with Moscow that settled a trade case against Russian imports of hot-rolled steel, and have hopes that diplomatic tension between the two countries over the crisis in Ukraine will make it more likely that their request is accepted.
- Uncertainty Over India's Red Lines Clouds Future Of Trade Facilitation DealThe continued lack of clarity over India's true motivations for blocking the implementation of the multilateral Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) has left World Trade Organization members in a cloud of uncertainty over whether they will be able to salvage the deal when officials return to Geneva in September.
- U.S., Canada Confirm Sept. 1-10 As Dates For TPP Hanoi MeetingThe U.S. and Canadian governments have confirmed that the next Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) chief negotiators' meeting will take place Sept. 1-10 in Hanoi, as previously reported by Inside U.S. Trade.
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