Reinhart Announces Updated Version of Foreign Investment Guide

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MILWAUKEE – Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c. announces an updated version of its publication, "Foreign Investment in the United States: A Guide Detailing the Most Important Legal Considerations for Foreign Investors in the United States." The Guide was first published in 1996 to help educate foreign investors interested in investing in the United States and has been periodically updated.

The Guide introduces foreign investors and their legal counsel to the types of legal considerations and issues that are most likely to be important to them in importing their products, establishing a new operation, purchasing an existing operation, and operating safely and successfully in the U.S. market.

The Guide provides key information about:

  • Important U.S. legal and tax issues that every foreign investor should understand
  • Issues an investor or a foreign lawyer accustomed to another business culture and another legal system may find surprising or unexpected, such as the susceptibility by which a foreign person can be found liable for damages, the extent of liability, the nature of the subject matter being regulated, etc.
  • Common issues that investors may find to be virtually unavoidable

Reinhart's Foreign Investment Guide was edited by shareholders Robert J. Misey, Jr. and Adam R. Konrad.

Misey is a shareholder in the firm's Tax and Business Law Practices and Chair of Reinhart's International Practice. He concentrates his practice in the areas of international taxation and tax controversies, and works with a wide range of clients from a variety of industries, including manufacturing, service, energy, retail and entertainment. Misey's previous legal experience includes nine years as an attorney for the IRS Chief Counsel in Washington, D.C. While he was with the IRS, he served as an international tax attorney and a trial attorney.

Konrad is a shareholder in Reinhart's Business Law, International and Tax Practices. Adam advises foreign and domestic companies, private equity investors and entrepreneurs in a wide range of industries on mergers and acquisitions, commercial contracting and international tax matters. As part of a Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship, he also interned with the Bundeszentralamt für Steuern/German Federal Central Tax Office and the Berlin offices of a large international law firm. He is proficient in German.


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