International trade and trading across borders; the financial and legal implications

Many businesses engaged in international trade are navigating through a period of significant change and uncertainty. Factors such as inflation, high interest rates, debt distress, geopolitical tensions, and international conflicts have created a complex landscape. In this episode, we delve into the risks and opportunities confronting businesses involved in global trade or aspiring to expand their international footprint amidst the current economic climate.

Led by Employment & Immigration Law Partner, Adam Williams, and joined by Commercial Partner, John Yates, along with guest speaker Martin Hamilton from Menzies LLP, our discussion explores the dynamic challenges and potential avenues for growth in the global marketplace.

About the authors

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John Yates


Legal expert who helps clients protect their IP and navigate the complex legal landscape relating to technology, business, and Data Protection.
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Adam Williams


Specialises in guiding corporate clients through UK business immigration and labour law aspects of operating in the UK and moving people across borders.

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