Is Price Inflation An Excuse To Not Perform In International Trade? An Analysis Of Two Important Clauses and Their Potential Outcomes In providing products in international trade when prices are rising, defendant who is performing the contract can have a defense of impractability. However, what do you do when the price of the contract is fixed during inflation when … [Read more...]
NO WRITTEN SHAREHOLDER AGREEMENT? A SURVEY OF FLORIDA SHAREHOLDERS’ STATUTORY RIGHTS
for The Florida Bar May /June 2022 issue Originally Published on the Florida Bar Journal Vol. 96, No. 3 May/June 2022 AUTHORS: Eric N. Assouline (Managing Partner Assouline & Berlowe), Andrea Bos (Associate Attorney Assouline & Berlowe), and Davy Karkason ( Associate Attorney Cueto Law Group P.L.) Source of the original article: No Written Shareholder … [Read more...]
How do International Conflicts Affect Corporations & Investments?
The United States has announced more sanctions against Russia due to the invasion occurring in Ukraine. One of the main sanctions that will affect corporations and foreign investors is the ban on oil, energy, and wheat import from Russia. Today, the United States is among the first few countries taking such positions. These are some of the issues that corporations and … [Read more...]
U.S. Nonresident Aliens– Here's Your Quick Tax Summary.
With the amount of international business transactions originating or otherwise taking place in the U.S., it's no surprise that the U.S. hosts a great number of nonresident aliens who have a financial stake in these business transactions. Of course, that means that taxes will be owed. It can all get complicated if you're unfamiliar with the filing requirements. I mention … [Read more...]
China Surpasses U.S. in World Trade.
China is now number one in world trade, according to Bloomberg. In taking over the top slot from the U.S., China threatens to disrupt regional trading blocs across the globe, where the U.S. has been the dominant player. The Bloomberg report noted that, while U.S. exports and imports of goods last year totaled $3.82 trillion, China’s 2012 tally came in at $3.87 trillion, … [Read more...]