Marketplace Dallas – Crossborder Investment Panel

Doug McCullough (law partner at McCullough Sudan and director of the Canada-Texas Chamber of Commerce) moderated panel on Cross-border investing featuring Ardenton Capital Private Equity Director, Brendan Achariyakosol; Consulate of Canada Consul and Senior Trade Commissioner, Dina Santos; BMO Capital Markets Managing Director of the M&A Group, Cameron Hewes; and Blake, Cassels & Graydon, Alberta Partner, Dan Jankovic. The event was co-hosted

Experiencia Global

A pesar de ser una firma boutique, McCullough Sudan tiene experiencia importante en negocios internacionales. Nuestros abogados tienen experiencia de negocios en Europa, Canadá, América Latina, Asia y el Medio Oriente. Además de representar a corporaciones multinacionales, algunos de nuestros abogados tienen educacion y credenciales para ejencer derecho extranjero. McCullough Sudan satisface la necesidad de

State Bar of Texas International Newsletter – Canada-U.S. Trade: Looking Across the Northern Border

“We’re more than friends and neighbors and allies; we are kin, who together have built the most productive relationship between any two countries in the world today.” – President Reagan, welcome ceremony remarks at the Shamrock Summit, Quebec City, March 17, 1985 Introduction Despite being one of our closest friends and neighbors, our biggest trade

State Bar of Texas International Newsletter: Due Diligence for Political and Trade Risk Considerations for North American Cross-border Transactions

Introduction On November 30, 2018, the United States, Canada, and Mexico agreed to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (“NAFTA”) with the United States Mexico Canada Agreement (“USMCA”). The new agreement has been marked by fraught negotiations provisions, resulting in a heightened sense of trade uncertainty for the middle market. In the past, President

State Bar of Texas International Newsletter – Winter 2020 Edition

Partners, Doug McCullough and Aaron Woo, were recently published in the State Bar of Texas International Law Section- International Newsletter. Aaron Woo’s article addresses the legal issues in an international setting regarding block-chain, cryptocurrency and smart contracts while Doug McCullough’s articles address due diligence for political and trade risk. Read more in the Winter 2020 Edition of the

How Congress Can Take a Step Toward Trade Stability

After protracted smashmouth negotiations, the United States, Canada, and Mexico agreed to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (“NAFTA”) with the new United States Mexico Canada Agreement (“USMCA”) on November 30, 2018. The new USMCA is largely NAFTA with certain positive elements drawn from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (“TPP”). Unfortunately, certain new protectionist provisions unnecessarily

Doug McCullough on The McCuistion Program

Doug McCullough joined Dennis McCuistion on The McCuistion Program for a discussion about Trade Wars: NAFTA and Beyond.   The episode premiered on October 14, 2018 on the PBS channel and is available for viewing here.