March 25, 2015

The Manitoba and Canadian economy are heavily dependent on exporting and on global trade. Increasingly, Canadian companies are looking to expand their markets beyond the U.S. in order to diversify their markets. Being the exclusive Manitoba law firm member of Lex Mundi, TDS is uniquely qualified to help Manitoba businesses looking to do business outside of Manitoba.

In 2014, TDS helped clients with more than 130 legal matters in over 20 countries, across 6 continents. Clients from industries including financial services, retail, technology, manufacturing, agribusiness and trade were supported with a wide range of legal services including corporate and commercial law, intellectual property, mergers & acquisitions, securities law, litigation, real estate and immigration.

TDS clients were assisted in the following markets in 2014: South Africa, India, China, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Paraguay, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Uruguay. In the U.S., TDS clients were helped in Minnesota, Florida, North Carolina, Kansas, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Louisiana, Nebraska, Hawaii, and Arizona.

To learn more about ways in which TDS can help your organization outside of Manitoba, click here to watch a short ‘Lex Mundi – World Ready’ video. For additional information contact one of the firm’s main Lex Mundi contacts or Mark Howe, Director of Client Relations at mhowe@tdslaw.com or at 204.934.2580.


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