The US is one of the easiest jurisdictions to do business. However, the United States legal system is renowned for its complexity, comprising federal and state laws, intricate regulatory frameworks, and a dynamic judicial system.
This course will provide a broad overview of legal issues involved in doing business in the US. It is designed to equip legal professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate the unique legal climate of the United States. It begins with an in-depth exploration of the U.S. legal system, shedding light on its federal structure, common law traditions, and the critical role of precedent.
Participants will also delve into key areas such as contract law, intellectual property, employment regulations, and US litigation, gaining a nuanced understanding of how these facets interact within the American legal framework. An understanding of these key legal areas allows foreign lawyers to navigate the intricacies of the U.S. legal framework, ensuring legal compliance, mitigating risks, and strategically positioning their company in the highly competitive U.S. business environment.
Intermediate level in English.
PLACE OF TRAINING
6 weeks/9 hours
YOUR CONSULTANT – TRAINER
Native English-speaking lawyer-consultants. The consultants are qualified professionals with experience in continuing education.
PROGRAM CONTENT AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES
• Business Structures
• Commercial Contracts
• Common U.S. legal terminology
• Labor and Employment
• Intellectual Property Laws
ECLA will issue a certificate to each participant at the end of the course indicating the exact hours of training.
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