Educated with a Masters Degree in Tax Law, its founder, Christopher T. L. Brown, has eighteen years of legal experience in Washington and Oregon working with small to medium-sized businesses as well as high and ultra-net worth individuals. He has extensive tax and legal expertise from forming start-up companies, negotiating contracts with private and publicly-traded enterprises, and passing family businesses from generation to generation.
Conversant in Japanese, he has represented a large number of clients involving international issues including foreign nationals investing in United States real estate, American citizens doing business in Canada, Asia, South America and Europe, and estate planning involving American and foreign families.
If you are looking to do business in the United States, Mr. Brown has the necessary background and skill to assist in expanding into the U.S. as well as other legal and tax issues that may arise in your overseas venture.
Structuring Your Foreign Business for U.S. Operations
You have a product or service that you would like to bring to the United States. However, we know that it’s not as simple as putting your name on a label and starting to sell. There are a multitude of issues surrounding the start-up process from forming the legal entity for liability protection and U.S. tax advantages to engaging with producers and distributors to streamline the sales process in America.