Tuesday, March 26, 8:30 – 10:00 AM
Amcham Finland Offices
Eteläranta 6 A 8, Helsinki
Join us on March 26 for an informative discussion about legal developments relevant to planning deals, mergers and acquisitions, early stage startup exits, strategies to protect against problem areas, and a few stories about deals with unexpected complications and how they were solved!
This roundtable event will be led by experts from Sullivan & Worcester LLP, an American full-service law firm headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.
We’ll hear from Michael Student, a corporate lawyer with a principal focus on cross-border work. He helps companies with mergers and acquisitions, U.S. market entry and operations, and adapting to the U.S. legal system and culture.
Doug Stransky, partner in the Tax Department and the leader of the International Tax Practice Group, concentrates his practice on international tax planning for clients in a wide range of industries with a particular emphasis on U.S.-based clients investing in foreign jurisdictions.
Register to attend if you’re an M&A professional, a company representative doing business in the U.S. market, or planning for your startup’s potential exit!
Counsel in the Corporate Department at S&W LLP
Michael J. Student is counsel in the Corporate Department of Sullivan & Worcester’s New York office. His practice focuses on assisting clients in a broad range of commercial endeavors, including mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, cross-border transactions, licensing, and strategic alliances. He regularly counsels enterprises in the technology sector. Michael also advises non-U.S. companies looking to establish or expand in the United States, with a particular focus on clients in Finland and other parts of the Nordic region. Prior to joining Sullivan & Worcester, Michael was a partner at Arent Fox.
Partner in the Tax Department at S&W LLP
Douglas S. Stransky is a partner in the Tax Department of our Boston office and the leader of the International Tax Practice Group. Doug concentrates his practice on international tax planning for clients in a wide range of industries with a particular emphasis on U.S.-based clients investing in foreign jurisdictions. Doug is a former co-chair of the International Tax Committee of the Boston Bar Association, a member of the Board of Advisors for Practical U.S./International Tax Strategies, a contributing author for Lexis Practice Advisor and a member of the adjunct faculty at Boston University School of Law.
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