At Tritch Buonocore Law, We are Proud to have developed a Keen Understanding of the Challenges arising when Transacting across State and International Borders

  • Advising majority or minority shareholders on various corporate actions
  • Opening a foreign office or branch
  • Business conflict resolution

Our clients are pleased to discover that they can rely on Tritch Buonocore Law for prompt action, while maintaining open lines of communication. In a complex, ever-changing world of interstate commerce, count on our team to remain by your side, step by step.

Cross-Border Transactions

Areas We Cover

Please contact us for a free initial consultation. Experienced representation is just a phone call or email away.

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  • Purchase or sale of a privately held company in a different jurisdiction
  • Investment in a privately held company in a different jurisdiction​