The Globalized Lawyer: Secrets to Managing Outsourcing, Joint Ventures and Cross-Border Transactions
February 19, 2009: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
In writing The Globalized Lawyer, David Steiger asserts that the 21st century global economy has found the small and medium sized business.
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Opportunities to profit from this development are there, provided that one knows what to do and how to do it. In light of the IMF's forecast that the global economy will likely slow to a 'virtual standstill' in 2009, does globalization still demand that small and medium – sized businesses get in the global game? According to Steiger, the answer is Yes, more than ever!
The Globalized Lawyer is a practical, step-by-step guide on how to prepare for, negotiate, and implement a new cross-border operation, examining both legal and business considerations involved. In it, Steiger seeks to explain in clear, understandable terms the methods and cautions advanced by world-renowned experts that offer a truly global perspective on doing business overseas. Having logged tens of thousands of miles to visit outsourcing centers in India, meet in-house counsel in Singapore and develop guanxi with China-based business insiders, Steiger has also brought together representatives of multiple disciplines for a truly multi-faceted look at the process of international deal making. Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing at the program.
David Steiger (Speaker)
Attorney, Pundit and Man of Letters
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David A. Steiger has taught, written and spoken on the global economy and various legal topics since 1999. As a member of the Adjunct Faculty at DePaul University’s School for New Learning, he has engaged adult learners with his provocative yet pragmatic point of view, in settings as diverse as the International Bank of Asia in Hong Kong and St. Gabriel’s College in Bangkok, Thailand. He has also served as a moderator for a series of panel discussions on issues in globalization, featuring current and retired Ambassadors to the United Nations.
Now, as author of “The Globalized Lawyer: Secrets to Managing Outsourcing, Joint Ventures and other Cross-Border Transactions,” Steiger seeks to explain in clear, understandable terms the methods and cautions advanced by renowned experts in the negotiation and implementation of cross-border transactions. Logging tens of thousands of miles to visit outsourcing centers in India, meet with in-house legal staff in Singapore and develop guanxi with Chinese-based business insiders, Steiger has pulled together an impressive roster of experts that offer a truly global perspective on doing business overseas.
A sought after speaker, Steiger has addressed audiences ranging from a local chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers to the International Roundtable at the University of Chicago’s Graham School of Business.
He has contributed to the Chicago Tribune and appeared on the nationally syndicated Chicago Public Radio program Worldview.
Steiger holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a Juris Doctor from Indiana University. A licensed attorney for nearly two decades, he lives and works in Chicago, Illinois.