Gardere partner Arcie Jordan recently briefed the Advisory Board of The University of Texas at Austin's Center for Global Business regarding the current status of and expected developments in the NAFTA renegotiations being conducted by the United States, Canada and Mexico.
The Center for Global Business develops and supports internationalization within The University of Texas at Austin's McCombs School of Business, provides international business learning opportunities throughout the University, and serves as a change agent for internationalization of business education across the U.S. The Center fosters exchange programs for McCombs students, provides research and teaching programs for faculty members, designs international courses for the McCombs curriculum, and conducts outreach programs to businesses and academic institutions throughout the country.
Ms. Jordan is a seasoned bilingual transactional lawyer who handles complex international transactional, transportation, trade and immigration matters for companies expanding abroad. Clients expanding internationally regard Ms. Jordan as a trusted advisor who helps them navigate foreign investment restrictions, corporate structuring and formation, corporate governance, permitting and compliance, labor and employment, trade and immigration issues affecting their cross-border acquisitions and divestitures, operations and activities.