Navigating the M&A landscape in the United States by foreign persons or companies is challenging and overwhelming due to the complex regulatory environment, detailed due diligence requirements, and various tax considerations. Harper Meyer Partner, Natalie Jacobs, a specialist in inbound mergers and acquisitions, general corporate representations, and cross-border commercial transactions, recently wrote an article for the International Law Quarterly publication of The Florida Bar International Law Section where she presents a concise overview of the factors that require thorough consideration for foreign entities aiming to pursue an acquisition or strategic investment in the United States to minimize risks and maximize potential benefits.


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