Miami International Law & Arbitration Attorneys
Today’s entrepreneurs and businesses are involved in transactions that are not only regulated by domestic laws; but foreign laws as well. Arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution forums are increasingly being used to settle legal disputes worldwide. The Miami international law & arbitration attorneys at Charlip Law Group, LC have the knowledge and experience to help you continue to conduct business with confidence in every circumstance. Contact our experienced Miami international law and arbitration attorneys.
Attorney David H. Charlip is one of only 136 Civil Law Notaries. The Florida Civil Law Notary appointment is a program for Florida attorneys that practice international law and who have a need to authenticate an act or attest to validity of a document. A Florida Civil Law Notary can issue authentic acts and …thereby may authenticate or certify any document, transaction, event, condition or occurrence. The contents of an authentic act and matters incorporated therein shall be presumed to be correct. Any such authentic act is legally equivalent to the authentic acts of all civil law notaries in all jurisdictions outside the geographic borders of the United States. A Florida Civil Law Notary has international status and authority. If your business activities involve multi-jurisdictional contracts or international trading, Mr. Charlip’s status as a Florida Civil Law Notary can be of vital assistance in drafting and enforcing contracts and agreements with international application.
The International Law & Arbitration attorneys at Charlip Law Group, LC can also assist you gathering evidence in the United States to present in litigation pending or contemplated in foreign jurisdictions. 28 USC §1782 allows a foreign court or foreign litigant with contemplated or existing litigation abroad to bring suit in a United States federal district court in the United States to gather evidence in a civil matter or for criminal proceedings for which there is no charge entered. The evidence (i.e. witnesses or documents) must be located in the United States in the district where the suit is filed.
Seeking evidence under section 1782 may be preferable to proceeding under the Hague Convention on the Taking of Evidence Abroad in Civil and Commercial Matters. Moreover, applications under section 1782 may be made by any foreign court or litigant, even those in countries that are not Hague Convention signatories. Additionally, section 1782 can provide a real and significant benefit for the party seeking evidence because that statute may allow for the gathering of certain evidence that would not be available in the country where the litigation is pending.
Besides the wealth of trial and litigation experience, the International Law & Arbitration attorneys at Charlip Law Group, LC bring to the dispute resolution process, the familiarity such attorneys have with different languages, cultures and legal systems make them ideally suited to provide you with the effective and efficient representation you require to successfully handle your international business dispute.
At Charlip Law Group, LC our Miami international and arbitration attorneys will represent your matters with the full consideration and respect you deserve. The lawyers at our firm bring many years of training and experience to the practice of law. Our multi-lingual staff will deal with your issues promptly. We are conveniently located in Miami-Dade County. Our South Florida location allows us to serve our clients in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties; throughout Florida and the United States.
Contact Charlip Law Group, LC at our Miami, Florida offices toll-free at 1(888) 815-1418 or (305) 354-9313.