In the global world of real estate investment, real estate transactions routinely cross international borders: foreign investors regularly buy property in the United States, while United States companies invest in properties abroad. Understanding cultural, legal and commercial differences among markets is critical to any real estate law practice that involves cross-border issues or international parties. How can lawyers best help clients navigate the complexities of cross-border real estate investments, including the legal nuances across different geographies? Join us for a conversation with Michael Haworth, a Partner at DLA Piper with extensive experience practicing in Tokyo and Hong Kong.
Speaker: Michael Haworth, a partner at DLA Piper
Moderator: Professor Dan Kelly, Notre Dame Law School