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New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman first said “the world is flat,” and it’s getting flatter. U.S. companies are more and more reliant on a globalized business environment that is both outward- and inward-facing. On one hand, companies depend on foreign sales to boost the bottom line; on the other, companies seek to gain great returns on investment by working with manufacturers and service-providers abroad. Too often, however, a fast-paced global business model can outrun a careful consideration of the legal implications such foreign activities can have on a company. The recent press is replete with noteworthy examples of what can happen when companies don’t have enough information about their foreign business practices. With that in mind, there are several issues that in-house counsel should be aware of when it comes to international activities.

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