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  • Bone McAllester Norton’s International Law practice provides a broad range of legal services to clients spanning a multitude of industries worldwide.  Our attorneys understand the unique needs of clients when entering into agreements internationally, whether developing a deal in its earliest stages or enforcing clients’ contractual rights domestically or abroad.

    Practicing attorneys include: Paul W. Kruse, George J. Phillips

    Our attorneys focus on the following areas:

    • Dispute Resolution
    • Private Diplomacy
    • Joint Venture/Partnership Formation
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Trademark Registration
    • Defense Contractors
    • International Negotiations
    • Criminal Defense
    • International Supply and Distributions Agreements

    Our lawyers who assist with client’s international needs come from a variety of disciplines across the firm and have experience with clients in industries from entertainment to infrastructure development, as well as start-ups and emerging companies.

    The ability to build long-term relationships is crucial to fostering a client’s success in international markets, and our attorneys are committed to the accessibility, diligence and strategies necessary to create and sustain these connections across borders.  Our detailed knowledge of and experience in international markets allows us to provide clients with an unparalleled level of service throughout the cross-border transaction process.

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    Practicing attorneys include: Paul W. Kruse, George J. Phillips

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