Editor’s Note: In this week’s On-Demand Seminar from our partnership with GlobalBusinessProfessor, we’re looking at one of the U.S.’s closest neighbors: Canada. While there are many commonalities between the two countries, there are still many differences and opportunities for those wanting to do business in Canada. Thus, in this week’s seminar, we listen to an international trade attorney, Dan Ujczo of Dickinson Wright PLLC, who identifies market opportunities within Canada and other business related topics such as intellectual property and regulations.
Dan Ujczo, international trade and customs attorney with Dickinson Wright PLLC, in Columbus, Ohio, details information essential to any company doing business in Canada in his 1-hour On Demand Seminar, “Doing Business in Canada.” In the seminar, produced by GlobalAutoIndustry.com and GlobalBusinessProfessor.com, Ujczo specifically addresses topics including intellectual property, sales and distributor agreements, export contracts, taxes, shipping and customs, product standards, regulations, getting paid, brick and mortar, labor and employment issues and labor mobility. In addition, information on the North American Free Trade Agreement, the Beyond the Border Agreement and the Regulatory Cooperation Council are presented and the future of trade with Canada is discussed.