Firm Launches Global Business & Trade Blog

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Yormick & Associates has launched the Global Business & Trade Blog,

The blog debuted with Jon Yormick’s first posting, Case Dismissed in Michigan; Parties to Arbitrate Contract Dispute in Ontario. His article summarized a decision of the federal court in Michigan that involved a dispute arising from an automotive supply contract between a Michigan company and an Ontario corporation. In his posting, Yormick noted the importance of a valid arbitration provision in a cross-border agreement. “The blog will allow us to provide a bit more analysis and share our views on particular matters,” Yormick added.

“The blog is another way to communicate with our clients, other professionals with whom we work, and those who have an interest in legal issues affecting international business, trade regulation, and dispute resolution. We decided it will compliment not replace our Client Alerts that we began writing six years ago,” explained Yormick. “Our client alerts are distributed to keep clients and ‘friends of the firm’ informed about important legal developments relating to international business and trade regulation,” added Yormick. The firm’s Canada Practice Alert informs a growing clientele on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border about issues important to them.

About Yormick and Associates: Yormick & Associates is a business law firm representing and advising U.S., Canadian, European, and Asian clients in business transactions, international trade, litigation and arbitration, and business immigration. The firm has offices in New York, Ohio, Washington, D.C., and relationships with firms worldwide. The firm’s attorneys conduct business in English, German, Hindi, Punjabi, Spanish and Urdu. The firm counts among its clients entrepreneurs, publicly traded, and privately held companies in the aerospace and defense, oil/gas, manufacturing, technology, and transportation/logistics sectors. More information is available online at


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