Timothy D. Charlesworth is a shareholder and attorney in the Firm’s Corporate, Business & Banking Group. Mr. Charlesworth’s practice includes international business law, distribution and agency relationships, technology licensing, joint ventures, sales transactions, contracts and commercial law. He frequently speaks about subjects related to international trade law, exporting and compliance topics.
In an effort to expand global trade opportunities for U.S. businesses, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and International Trade & Forfaiting Association (ITFA) signed the Strategic Alliance Memorandum (SAM). If your business exports or distributes products or services overseas, or has intentions or potential to do so, what can you expect from this strategic […]
I recently attended a program sponsored by the French-American Chamber of Commerce at the historic U.S. Customs House in Philadelphia. The audience came from varied points of view concerning the import of goods into the U.S. The group included representatives from the City’s Dept. of Commerce, Philadelphia International Airport and several companies. The officials from […]
This spring, several members of our Corporate Law and Litigation teams will collaborate and present a three-part series about international business legal topics in conjunction with the Small Business Development Center of Lehigh University, Lehigh Export Network, and the World Trade Club of Lehigh Valley. Each event will be held virtually for one hour, including […]
FLB Shareholder Tim Charlesworth just completed his 10th year of teaching at the ESDES Lyon Business School at the Catholic University of Lyon, France (Université Catholique de Lyon – UCLy). The school enjoys an affiliation with DeSales University in Center Valley, PA. Tim’s intensive, one-week International Business Law course combines legal principles with real-world examples […]
FLB Shareholder Tim Charlesworth was one of three panelists at a conference entitled “Doing Business Abroad,” hosted by the ESDES Lyon Business School of the Catholic University of Lyon (France). The other panelists were Patrick Chabredier, Head of Southern/Western Europe at ATOS Financial Solutions and Pierre Mathieu, Direction Commerciale Industrie Région Sud. Approximately 50 ESDES […]