Jim Chester and Sophilia Hsu Publish Article in Currents: International Trade Law Journal
CHESTER pllc is pleased to announce that founding partner J. F. (Jim) Chester and associate Sophilia Hsu have authored an article that is being published in the upcoming Summer 2013 edition of Currents: International Trade Law Journal. The article is called Going Global: A Legal Primer for Innovation and Knowledge Based Companies.
The article is written for companies that are considering expanding operations outside the United States and discusses several common meanings of “going global.” Additionally, the articles addresses some special issues and concerns that arise with businesses that are based on innovation or knowledge.
Currents is the official international trade law journal of South Texas College of Law. It is published bi-annually by the law student members and editors of the Journal and is received by a wide range of subscribers, which include law schools, practitioners, private companies and universities in the U.S. and abroad. Currents focuses on international trade law in its broadest sense. It addresses issues concerning the effects of international trade agreements as well as aspects of international business transactions, including the sale of goods and services, licensing, investment, and dispute settlement.
CHESTER pllc is a Dallas, Texas law firm providing comprehensive legal services to innovation-based companies doing business in the US, around the world, and on the web. Its mission (and passion) is helping entrepreneurs and emerging companies solve problems and protect their interests. CHESTER pllc delivers value by providing business-savvy, cost-effective solutions to legal challenges. The firm offers a wide array of business legal solutions, such as business entity formation (LLCs, corporations, etc.), trademarks and other intellectual property, technology transactions, domestic and international contracts, and e-commerce matters. Additional information about the firm and its attorneys may be found at www.chester-law.com.