Cross-border business aircraft transactions in the United States involve a delicate balance of legal, tax, technical, and regulatory considerations. Such transactions are filled with challenges, including the intricate process of ensuring compliance with domestic and international aviation regulations, import and export laws, controls, and clearance requirements that are often overlooked.

Harper Meyer Partner Kathleen DeLuca, a specialist on international and domestic transactional matters with a focus on transactions involving capital equipment, including aircraft and vessels, along with Associate Attorney Adrian Mosqueda, who represents foreign and domestic corporate and individual clients on transactional issues and matters relating to the acquisition, financing, leasing, and registration of new and pre-owned aircraft and vessels, explore some of the most critical issues in the most recent publication of the International Law Quarterly, a publication of The International Law Section of The Florida Bar for which Harper Meyer Partner Jeff Hagen currently serves as Editor-in-Chief.

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