Los abogados de América Latina de Foley ofrecen asesoramiento estratégico y servicios expertos y multidisciplinarios a clientes norteamericanos e internacionales que tienen negocios en las Américas, incluyendo el Caribe.
We have extensive U.S. and cross-border experience counseling banks and other commercial lenders, borrowers, trustees, and trust companies, securities regulatory agencies, other financial institutions, issuers, counterparties, and other participants in a broad range of financial matters.
Understanding that satisfaction is key in the hospitality industry, we pride ourselves in delivering industry-specific services to owners and management companies of golf courses, clubs, hotels and resorts, and fractional ownership and timeshare properties in the United States and particularly in the growth areas of Latin America.
Foley Gardere has a national and international energy law practice formed around our Energy Industry Team, which is a multidisciplinary group of approximately 60 attorneys with diverse backgrounds, experience and skills specific to the energy industry.
International Tax Structuring and Estate Planning in Latin America
We provide counsel regarding U.S. and international tax treatment of non-U.S. personnel in the United States and of U.S. personnel abroad, tax structuring for import/export transactions, license and technology transfers, joint ventures, business, and acquisitions and non-U.S. subsidiaries.
At Foley, we admire, understand, and share the entrepreneurial spirit of family groups and the highly diversified Latin American portfolio of companies and charitable organizations they have built through generations of family leadership.
In the independent energy market, we have significant experience representing developers, lenders, underwriters, investors, contractors, and suppliers in transactions involving various technologies and fuel types.
Latin American Immigration, Nationality, and Consular Law Services
The reality of the 21st century’s world economy, reduction in trade barriers, growth of the Internet, and the United States’ historical tradition favoring immigration have afforded foreign nationals, U.S. companies, and bi-national families increased but perilous immigration opportunities.