North America

Betts, Patterson & Mines, PS

USA (Seattle)
Tel:+1 (206) 292-9988
Fax:+1 (206) 343-7053
Email:jbraislin@bpmlaw.com

Christa & Jackson

USA (Los Angeles)
Tel:+1 310 282 8040
Fax:+1 310 282 8421
Email:lchrista@christalaw.com

Devine Goodman Rasco & Watts-FitzGerald LLP

USA (Miami)
Tel:+1 305 374 8200
Fax:+1 305 374 8208
Email:grasco@devinegoodman.com

Goldman Sloan Nash & Haber LLP

Canada (Toronto)
Tel:+1 416-597-9922
Fax:+1 416-597-3370
Email:kim@gsnh.com

Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP

USA (Washington DC)
Tel:+1 202 730 1300
Fax:+1 202 730 1301
Email:ckimmett@hwglaw.com

Nexsen Pruet, LLC

USA (Columbia, Charleston, Greenville, Charlotte, Greensboro, Hilton Head Island, Myrtle Beach, and Raleigh)
Tel:+1 80 377 18900
Fax:+1 80 372 71496
Email:VStieglitz@nexsenpruet.com

Olshan Frome Wolosky

USA (New York)
Tel:+1 21 245 12300
Fax:+1 21 245 12222
Email:alustigman@olshanlaw.com

Riney Packard, PLLC

USA (Dallas)
Tel:+1 214 4611200
Fax:+1 214 4611210
Email:bpackard@rineypackard.com

Gipson Hoffman & Pancione

(Los Angeles)
Tel:+1 131 055 64660
Fax:+1 131-055-68945
Email:lbarnett@ghplaw.com

Description

North America continues to be the world’s economic leader and the bustling legal services market reflect that fact.  Although there has been a temporary lull in North American business activity, directly and indirectly because of depressed oil prices and uncertainty in the direction of long-term interest rates, conditions will improve soon because consumer spending is steadily upward bound. The housing industry looks strong and automotive retail sales robust. Employment is rising at a healthy clip.  Disposable personal income is rising. The US economy is 59.6% bigger than China’s economy which provides a safe investment environment for Asian clients and entities that have been doing substantial business in China.  Long live the US consumer. We do not see any trends that will derail the US economy from powering the global economy into a better place as we move through 2016, particularly the second half of the year.
Canada has been slowed considerably by the drop in energy and commodity prices.  That drop is buttressed by a very strong banking system and political leadership that desires to pump-up the local economy.  There is money to lend for expansion and the close US-Canada ties provide for opportunities for foreign investment.
Mexico remains strong with both a growing middle class and a plentiful labor supply.   The demographics of Mexico are favorable to an expanding economy and growth south of the U.S. border shows no signs of slowing.  Mexico is primed for excellent economic growth.

Clients are looking for more opportunities in the following sectors:
•       Energy distribution
•       Water distribution and conservation
•       Infrastructure construction and repair
•       Healthcare
•       Printed electronics
•       Robotics
•       Security
•       Natural Resource Conservation
•       Entertainment

In summary, business opportunities still abound in most of North America and are positioned to improve as commodity and energy prices stabilize.  Consumers are in great shape and desire foreign goods.  Employment is rising.  Banks are lending.  Retail sales are surging.  Commercial construction remains solid.  There is no fear of governmental austerity plans—deficit spending continues in all three countries.

North America continues to be the world’s economic leader and the bustling legal services market reflect that fact.  Although there has been a temporary lull in North American business activity, directly and indirectly because of depressed oil prices and uncertainty in the direction of long-term interest rates, conditions will improve soon because consumer spending is steadily upward bound. The housing industry looks strong and automotive retail sales robust. Employment is rising at a healthy clip.  Disposable personal income is rising. The US economy is 59.6% bigger than China’s economy which provides a safe investment environment for Asian clients and entities that have been doing substantial business in China.  Long live the US consumer. We do not see any trends that will derail the US economy from powering the global economy into a better place as we move through 2016, particularly the second half of the year.
Canada has been slowed considerably by the drop in energy and commodity prices.  That drop is buttressed by a very strong banking system and political leadership that desires to pump-up the local economy.  There is money to lend for expansion and the close US-Canada ties provide for opportunities for foreign investment.
Mexico remains strong with both a growing middle class and a plentiful labor supply.   The demographics of Mexico are favorable to an expanding economy and growth south of the U.S. border shows no signs of slowing.  Mexico is primed for excellent economic growth.

Clients are looking for more opportunities in the following sectors:
•       Energy distribution
•       Water distribution and conservation
•       Infrastructure construction and repair
•       Healthcare
•       Printed electronics
•       Robotics
•       Security
•       Natural Resource Conservation
•       Entertainment

In summary, business opportunities still abound in most of North America and are positioned to improve as commodity and energy prices stabilize.  Consumers are in great shape and desire foreign goods.  Employment is rising.  Banks are lending.  Retail sales are surging.  Commercial construction remains solid.  There is no fear of governmental austerity plans—deficit spending continues in all three countries.


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