Seamless, Fully Cross-Cultural, Bilingual Legal Support

International experience and a global perspective are fundamental to who we are at Gamma Law. Nearly all Gamma Law lawyers have spent portions of their careers in the international offices of large law firms or managing international transactions as in-house lawyers while based in the US or internationally. A significant part of our practice includes a cross-border component, whether it’s supporting non-US clients with US-based business operations or negotiating transactions with non-domestic counterparties. Clients value Gamma Law’s international perspective and insights that we apply to their matters, even in the US domestic context, gained through our experience negotiating and closing deals in diverse, complex, and challenging environments.

Our international experience includes the full range of corporate and transactional matters. We assist clients with M&A, finance and investment, content and technology development and licensing, reseller and distribution agreements, film/TV option agreements, and more. We also advise clients on international joint ventures ranging from straightforward partnerships to complex structures with multiple exit and liquidation alternatives.

Working through our trusted network of locally admitted lawyers in various countries, developed over many years, we offer US-based clients cost-efficient access to the highest-quality legal support in nearly all major commercial jurisdictions.

In addition to English, our lawyers are fluent in French, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

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Selected Transactions

  • Represented major privately-held US online dating site in complex joint ventures with parties in Spain and Germany.
  • Represented major Hong Kong e-commerce site in establishing US subsidiaries and various US legal matters over some fifteen years.
  • Supported US film producer with China co-production arrangement, working with China counsel.
  • Represented Brazilian film producer with licensing and production agreement for international film franchise.
  • Represented Japanese public companies in strategic investments and acquisitions of US technology companies.
  • Worked with local counsel in representing Japanese trading company offering of mobile games in European countries.
  • Represented major Japanese publisher in launching e-book distribution program in the United States.
  • Represented numerous non-US early-stage technology companies in establishment of US subsidiaries.
  • Represented major US streaming site in localization and distribution agreements for numerous Japanese anime productions.

International Law