Helping You Go Beyond Borders
Corporate Training On International Business
DevelopTradeLaw, LLC provides corporate training on:
The Legal Do’s and Don’ts of Doing Business Internationally;
The Steps to Develop Compliance Procedures For Doing Business Internationally.
Training sessions sensitize attendees to the steps their company can take to minimize the costly mistakes of not being paid or of being found civilly or criminally liable for violations. We also provide a cost-effective way for companies to create their custom-tailored export compliance policy.
Let us work together on creating a custom course that address the specific needs of your company.
Legal Do’s & Don’ts of Doing Business Internationally
This interactive workshop covers:
- “Legal Don’ts” of doing business internationally –
- required due diligence steps to protect your company in international transactions
- “Legal Do’s” of doing business internationally –
- practical and business-oriented advice to maximize legal compliance and minimize liability
- tips for preparing contracts for international transactions.
Corporate Export Compliance Manual Preparation
Through a blend of training and counseling sessions your company is guided to integrate due diligence and export control legal requirements into business operations and procedures, creating a custom-tailored export compliance manual.
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The Legal Do’s & Don’ts of Doing Business Internationally
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Andrea M. Ewart, Esq.
Andrea Ewart is an experienced international trade and customs attorney and policy advisor. Andrea began her practice with the Washington, D.C. office of the law firm of Holland & Knight LLP, where she counseled and represented clients on U.S. customs regulations, including preferential tariff programs; US export control laws; US trade sanctions; the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA); and other international trade matters.
Operating DevelopTradeLaw, LLC since 2003, Andrea has counseled and represented the interests of businesses, governments, and entrepreneurs on a wide range of issues affecting international trade including customs law and enforcement, U.S. export control laws, U.S. trade sanctions, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the use of preferential trade programs to minimize trade costs and support market expansion, and contractual support for international transactions. She is particularly enthusiastic about providing legal advice and support to start-ups and other companies entering international markets.
Andrea received her JD from the University of Miami School of Law, which she attended as a Harvey Reid scholar. She earned an M.A. in International Studies from the University of Miami and her B.A. from the Patrice Lumumba People’s Friendship University in Moscow, Russia. She is conversant in Russian and French and a native English speaker. She is admitted to the bar in Washington D.C., Florida, and Maryland as well as the US Supreme Court.
Andrea Ewart is admitted to the Washington D.C., Florida, and Maryland Bar Associations, and the U.S. Supreme Court Bar. She is a Board Member of Women Owned Law and the former President of the Organization of Women in International Trade. She writes extensively on international and trade law issues. You can visit her blog at www.developtradelaw.net/blog.
Andrea has drafted multiple contracts for us and provides us with ongoing support with her expansive knowledge of trade legislation.Jermaine Henry
I enjoyed your discussion on dual use products as a part of controlled goods. Great discussion.Clive D.
Andrea is a dedicated professional with a great personality and sense of humor. She is tireless and hardworking and as a manager, takes great care to develop and promote her subordinates. Andrea knows the language and culture of Russia and neighboring states (CIS).Rade Djuric
This is SO helpful! Thank you SO much for this content.Cara A
Andrea is intelligent, thoughtful and thorough in helping her clients navigating complex legal issues relating to international trade issues particularly for the small business owner.Diane Bradley
Thank you! Very insightful information.Don M.