How to do business in other countries

How to do business in other countries

Legal expert Sunel Beeselaar practises as an attorney, mediator and facilitator, with a special interest in alternative dispute resolution, particularly in collaborative law, family law and commercial mediations. In just eight years, SP Beeselaar Attorneys has developed into a reputable, efficient and dynamic law firm with its essential business based in conveyance, litigation, family law and debt collection.

She discusses what businesses need to consider when working across borders. She gives advice and tips on what to watch out for when considering doing business in another country, saying that understanding the market is the most important.

"If you're working with an emerging market in another country, you should get a lawyer on that side to tell you what you should know about the market," she says. "It might be important where you sign contracts, for example, because it will have an impact on the procedures of a case, depending on the jurisdiction of that country."

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