Global Trade Management – Legal Aspects – ZOOM – November 5 – 46407

Thursday 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

November 5, 2020 - November 5, 2020
CRN: 46407
Instructor: Kim Allchurch-Flick
Location: ZOOM
Fees: 189.00

Legal Aspects of International Business
The role of your attorney; choice of legal entity; direct vs indirect exporting; distributor vs sales representative; leveraging intellectual property; licensing; royalties; contracts; exclusivity; pricing and terms; agreement termination; dispute resolution; tax issues; protection of intellectual property and registration; and compliance with foreign and US laws.

The Global Trade Management program is ideal for business owners or top-managers wanting to become more familiar with the ins and outs of international trade. Participants will:
- Learn from international trade professionals on important topics including global management, global marketing, global supply chain, and trade finance.
- Have access to Certified Global Business Professionals for one-on-one advising.
- Make connections with peers and international trade organizations like Small Business Administration, U.S. Export Assistance Center, U.S. Commercial Services, the State of Oregon, and Port of Portland.

Legal Aspects of International Business The role of your attorney; choice of legal entity; direct vs indirect exporting; distributor vs sales representative; leveraging intellectual property; licensing; royalties; contracts; exclusivity; pricing and terms; agreement termination; dispute resolution; tax issues; protection of intellectual property and registration; and compliance with foreign and US . . . laws. The Global Trade Management program is ideal for business owners or top-managers wanting to become more familiar with the ins and outs of international trade. Participants will: - Learn from international trade professionals on important topics including global management, global marketing, global supply chain, and trade finance. - Have access to Certified Global Business Professionals for one-on-one advising. - Make connections with peers and international trade organizations like Small Business Administration, U.S. Export Assistance Center, U.S. Commercial Services, the State of Oregon, and Port of Portland.