What do you need to consider when engaging the services of, or supplying to overseas entities?

Dealing with overseas entities is commonplace but is not without risk or pitfalls

When contracting with overseas entities, it’s very common for people to assume that the same commercial practices and legal principles apply to the party you are dealing with, engage or contract with. This is a common assumption that, without legal advice, can leave you without much recourse and can often be an expensive and painful learning curve.

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