Global Lawyering in Practice Series: Real Estate Law Between the U.S. and Asia


Location: Via Zoom

Real estate transactions often involve international parties: foreign investors regularly buy property in the United States, while United States corporations invest in properties abroad. Cultural, legal and market differences are important parts of real estate law practice, especially as real estate transactions often involve cross-border issues. What are the best ways to address the cross-border investments in real estate law practice? What legal nuances are present in different markets? Join us for a conversation with Michael Haworth, a Partner at DLA Piper with extensive experience practicing in Tokyo and Hong Kong.

Professor Dan Kelly will moderate.

This event is co-sponsored with the Fitzgerald Institute for Real Estate.

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