Davis Malm Attorneys Serve as Contributing Authors for ILN's 2017 Edition of "Establishing a Business Entity In: An International Guide"


November 02, 2017 - Boston, MA
For more information contact: Joanne Thorud
(617) 589-3894; jthorud@davismalm.com

Davis Malm is pleased to announce the release of the International Lawyers Network’s (ILN) fourth edition of their corporate guide, "Establishing a Business Entity In: An International Guide." This collaborative electronic guide offers a summary of key corporate law principles in 31 countries across the globe, serving as a quick, practical reference for those establishing an entity in these jurisdictions. The firm’s attorneys served as co-authors for the chapter on “Establishing a Business Entity in the United States.” Davis Malm shareholder and contributing author, Sam A. Mawn-Mahlau said, “Our goal in creating this guide was to provide clear guidance for international businesses looking to expand internationally. It is based on collective experiences of our firms, and we hope businesses will view it as a helpful resource.”

The ILN is an association of 91 high-quality, full-service law firms with over 5,000 lawyers world-wide. The network provides clients with easily accessible legal services in 67 countries on six continents. Davis Malm has been a member firm representing Massachusetts and northern New England since 2011.

About Davis, Malm & D’Agostine, P.C.
Founded in 1979, Davis Malm is a premier mid-sized, full-service New England firm. The firm provides sophisticated, cost-effective legal representation to local, national, and international public and private businesses, institutions, and individuals in a wide spectrum of industries. The attorneys at the firm practice at the top level of the profession and deliver successful results to clients through direct partner involvement, responsive client service, and practical and creative problem solving. Davis Malm is the member firm for the International Lawyers Network representing Massachusetts and northern New England.

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