Florida International Business Compliance Attorney
Miami Dade Compliance Lawyer
Expanding Your Business Outside the United States:
Regulatory International Business Compliance
Every business operation in the United States that plans to do business internationally should have international business compliance before international business operations begin.
You can make yours business vulnerable to intrusive investigation by the federal government and possible criminal investigation if you do not make sure your business plan meets the requirements of U.S. regulations and the laws of the country or countries where you plan to operate. A plan to provide an immediate, appropriate response to regulatory inquiries is essential to every business operation doing business overseas.
Every business operating internationally needs a compliance check — even if your business is importing a couple of cases of wine from a relative in Spain to sell at a local bodega.
Hire an Experienced International Business Compliance lawyer to Develop and Maintain a Compliance Plan for Your International Business
The Law Office of Ramon de la Cabada, in Miami, Florida, offers a complete range of International Business Compliance. In addition, we offer our business clients an added layer of security — their communications with us are always private and confidential. In the event of a criminal investigation for lack of International Business Compliance — your company can be protected as a result of the confidential nature of all communications between you and your attorney and any additional experts or consultants we have chosen to hire.
We understand the motivations that regulators have in enforcing regulations and investigating potential violations. We will review your specific industry to make sure that your operations fit International Business Compliance — both U.S. and foreign — in a cost-conscious and efficient manner. Then, we will structure a International Business Compliance plan for your international business that:
- ensures compliance with the law and protects or limits you from criminal and civil liability
- minimizes the potential for government regulatory or investigatory intrusion
A International Business Compliance Plan
A thorough International Business Compliance plan must examine the following issues, as well as others that may arise depending on your specific industry:
- Immigration laws, if you are working in another country or employing foreign workers
- Import and export laws, if you are moving goods into or out of the country or employing foreign workers
- The Patriot Act, if you make international financial transactions of any kind or amount
- Foreign licensing requirements in your industry
- Structuring international monetary transactions and currency transaction reports to comply with applicable laws and avoid charges of international money laundering
More Information About Regulatory Compliance
Attorney Ramon de la Cabada has represented many clients in compliance-related legal matters and has over 25 years of relevant legal background.
Additional information about regulatory compliance is available on the following pages:
Contact Our Office for More Answers About International Business Regulation
We offer all new clients a complimentary and confidential consultation, and we have appointments available at your convenience, either in our Miami offices or on-site at your company.
Call our law office today, at 305-443-7100.