Managing the Risks of Your International Practice
Our international practice white paper, part of our
white paper series, is an informative discussion of some of the risks firms will face when broadening their practices internationally. From licensing laws, to tax regulations, to contracts, firms need to thoroughly prepare their business plans before beginning work in foreign countries.
We have several
Management Advisories that discuss various aspects of international practice.
VEP Module 2-6
Too often, design firms become involved in international projects without adequate preparation. Firms neglect to consider and appropriately respond to the risks posed by practicing overseas.
Foreign Projects Claims Study
Review a selection of actual case studies from Schinnerer insureds involving
claims from international projects.
Papers from the Annual Meeting of Invited Attorneys