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Will your business need multi-lingual contracts?

The vast majority of business contracts written in the United States are simply written in English. If you're thinking of branching out and working overseas, though, you need to consider the fact that partnering with international companies means connecting with those who may not have English as a first language -- or may not speak it at all. If this is the case, those contracts likely need to be written in multiple languages so that all parties can understand what it is they are agreeing to.

Retention agreements help companies retain crucial talent

The table has been set, and now your company prepares to complete the acquisition of a rival firm that brings additional strengths and new markets. Optimism prevails for your combined company as some predict that the sky is the limit. But hold on. A significant matter you must not overlook is the talent sitting on the other side of the table.

For immigrants, the American dream is not always easy

The idea of the "American dream" is often what lures immigrants to the United States in the first place. They see it as a land of opportunity, a country where they can improve their lives and find new opportunities -- for education, work, careers, family life, etc -- that they wouldn't have at home.

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