With President Trump’s recent announcement that he signed an interim trade deal with China aimed at reducing, or eliminating, a portion of tariffs imposed on Chinese-manufactured goods, in exchange for China’s cooperation in making certain economic reforms, what legal strategies can you employ to protect your business?
You should consult with your attorney before applying any of the above suggested strategies to your business practices. A seasoned attorney will ensure that any language drafted is adequate, and protects your business interests appropriately. The above tactics are a snapshot illustration of several other techniques that can be utilized. Please feel free to reach out and schedule a call if you’d like to discuss your legal options in more detail, and learn about additional opportunities for your business.
Andrea A. Tarshus, Esq. began Tarshus Law Firm @Tarshuslaw.com in 2015 to fill a void in the legal ecosystem: efficient, accessible, and fair in-house and General Counsel legal services for business owners. Her engagements regularly include business legal startup paperwork, negotiating and executing contracts, administering internal legal and operational controls, and creating legal documents that protect the company's best interests.
This article is intended to be informational in nature, should not be relied upon by the reader without consultation with an attorney, and does not create an attorney-client relationship between the author and reader.
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