HULL McGUIRE ATTORNEYS CO-AUTHOR 2006 UPDATE TO
DOING BUSINESS IN NORTH AMERICA
DIEGO/PITTSBURGH/WASHINGTON, DC – July 10, 2006 – Julie E. McGuire and Thomas C.
Welshonce, together with ten other North American members of the Center
for International Legal Studies (CILS), are co-authors of the 2006 update
to Legal Aspects of Doing Business
in North America.
Business provides a comprehensive overview of both U.S. and Canadian
federal laws, with specific chapters focused on 42 of the American states
and all of the Canadian provinces and territories (excluding Nunavut).
Doing Business topics
include how to form a corporation, tax laws, acquisition of real estate,
arbitrations, employer-employee relations, protection of intellectual
property and more. The
3-volume set is edited by Christian Campbell of CILS in Salzburg, Austria.
McGuire and Welshonce
authored the new chapter for Pennsylvania on behalf of Hull McGuire.
Other firms which co-authored chapters include Clifford Chance (New
York chapter), Baker & McKenzie (Texas chapter) and Barnes &
Thornburg (Indiana chapter).
First published in 1988, Legal
Aspects of Doing Business in North America is a CILS International
Business Series publication by Yorkhill Law Publishing, an arm of the
Center for International Legal Studies, based in Salzburg and founded in
1976. The book can be
purchased through Yorkhill’s website.
Business should appeal to a wide-ranging audience, from small start-up
businesses to experienced international corporate lawyers,” said Julie
McGuire, a Hull McGuire shareholder and founder.
“Tom Welshonce and I worked closely with the CILS to help provide
a simple and easy-to-use tool for either a general counsel or global
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