Listen to this informative Tax-Alpha Solutions episode with Davy Karkason & Santiago Cueto about doing business internationally.
Board Certified International Attorney and founding partner Santiago A. Cueto focuses his practice on international business law with an emphasis on business law and international commercial litigation, corporate law, arbitration, and transactions.
As a prominent Miami attorney, he has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Fox Business News, CNBC, Forbes, the National Law Journal, the Daily Business Review, the Miami Herald, the Los Angeles Business Journal, Sports Illustrated, Entrepreneur, PC World, and many other media outlets.
Santiago has represented Fortune 100 companies and foreign governments in a variety of complex commercial litigation and transaction matters.
Santiago’s international education and experience have served to counsel companies operating throughout the world. He currently serves as executive counsel to companies in the global supply and communications industries.
International Chamber of Commerce Certified Attorney from Switzerland, Davy Karkason is an associate at Cueto Law Group. Davy is passionate about international business, commercial litigation, and international arbitration.
During his legal career, Davy represented companies in international securities fraud litigation and international trade litigation including contracts, fraud, and misrepresentation.
Davy co-authored two articles in the Florida Bar summarizing Shareholder’s derivative rights when there are no written agreements and wrote an article concerning the Force Majeure clause in international trade during the period of inflation.
Here is what to expect on this week’s show:
-Are there some countries that are easier to do business with and some that are more complicated?
-What happens when you do an investment cross border?
-What’s the benefit of alternative dispute resolution?
-How Davy ended up in the field of international law
-What’s Davys opinion on the US becoming more independent?
-Why is cryptocurrency similar to the internet in 1999?
-What’s going on in the cybersecurity world?