Thorelli & Associates offers over thirty years of experience in the legal representation of businesses and individuals with particular emphasis in assisting European interests in the United States. The firm provides an array of services, ranging from initial consultation regarding the impact of U.S. federal and state laws on proposed activities to the purchase or sale of entire businesses.
The firm represents companies seeking to acquire targets in the U.S. These acquisitions are generally strategic in nature, and we frequently assist in analyzing the strategic value of the deal and how best to accomplish and preserve the value of the acquisition. Plus Tom Thorelli has devoted more of his time to the drafting and negotiating of agreements than anything else in his 33 years of practice.
We assist clients in maximizing profitability and flexibility of their U.S. investment through setting up the appropriate legal structure; organizing corporations; negotiating and drafting joint venture agreements; and planning for acquisitions, mergers and divestitures. We provide ongoing, day to day advice to our domestic corporate clients.
Thorelli & Associates provides advice regarding all aspects of transactions including financing arrangements, security interests, commercial paper, sales terms and conditions, and exchange rate considerations.
The firm recognizes the risks and costs of litigation, both from a time and energy standpoint, and encourages clients to settle their disputes whenever possible. The firm has developed expertise in the successful negotiation of dispute settlements that result in clients' forward thinking rather than focusing on the past.
We advise clients regarding U.S. immigration strategy by simplifying visas for temporary and permanent employment in the U.S. We handle all categories of employment-based immigration cases at Thorelli & Associates.
Maximizing profit potential from licensing arrangements is essential to inventors and developers of new technology. Protecting confidential information from misappropriation is equally critical. The firm has assisted hundreds of clients in structuring such licensing arrangements and has successfully handled many cases in this field.
December 2, 2014 We regularly receive questions about doing business with the United States, especially concerning product liability. What are the risks? How can you prevent or limit exposure to liability? How do you deal with problems when they arise? Any company that wants to do business with the US would do well to inform itself about the risks of product liability, though these are certainly not insurmountable.
A workshop on this topic will be held at the Swedish Chambers of Commerce in
December 15, 2014 Going Global – Formulating Your Company’s Investment in the United States Seminar & Consultative Services
Organized by the U.S. Commercial Service in France (Website: French | English)
Lyon – December 15, 2014
Going Global – Formulating Your Company’s Investment in the United States is an excellent platform to showcase your State as open to French investment. The event is designed to address topics specifically relevant to investment-ready