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Growing Beyond Borders

Scale LLP's Cross-Border Transactions Team is a cross-functional team with members from across the firm’s Corporate & Securities, Fintech & Financial Services, Intellectual Property, Litigation and Real Estate & Land Use practice groups to advise businesses expanding into or investing into the United States market. Our expertise in cross-border issues includes:

  • Strategic planning for entry and expansion in the US market
  • U.S. entity formation, governance, and compliance
  • Securities offerings and regulatory compliance in US markets, including:some text
    • Canadian reporting issuers via the Multijurisdictional Disclosure System
    • Exempt offerings under Rule 144A, Regulation D and Regulation S
  • Acquisition and sale of U.S. businesses
  • International joint ventures
  • Intellectual property protection and licensing across jurisdictions
  • Employment law advice for cross-border executive mobility
  • Taxation strategy and compliance for cross-border operations
  • Regulatory compliance and risk management
  • U.S. dispute resolution and litigation support

Understanding that each business faces unique challenges and opportunities in cross-border endeavors, we prioritize a personalized approach. Our team commits to understanding your business inside and out, ensuring that our legal strategies not only address current legal needs but also position you for future success. We value responsiveness, transparency, and collaboration, working as an extension of your team to navigate the complexities of international business.

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