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International Litigation

In today’s world, increasing numbers of individuals and businesses have established international connections. International bank accounts, foreign subsidiaries, activities in foreign jurisdictions, and international business partners are now commonplace. While the globalization of business has many advantages and opportunities for growth and success, it also has opportunities for misdeeds and conflicts.

As a result, international conflicts arise between individuals and institutions. At Thorn Law Group, we are experienced in representing clients in international disputes including:

  • International Litigation
  • Offshore Account / Foreign Bank Account Reporting (FBAR)
  • International Trust Law
  • Anti-Money Laundering
  • International Banking Law
  • Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
  • Residency and Source of Income Disputes

Whether you have disputes with international banks and/or financial institutions, or need a firm with international connections to help you or your company with a dispute in a foreign jurisdiction, Thorn Law Group will use its resources to help manage your dispute. For a confidential consultation and to discuss how Thorn Law Group’s experienced attorneys can help you, call Kevin E. Thorn at 202 349-4033 today.




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"Kevin E. Thorn and the tax attorneys at Thorn Law Group are exceptional. When I came to them, I had just received a letter from the Department of Justice concerning an undisclosed bank account at a Swiss bank. I thought I was going to go to jail and lose everything I had worked for just because my family and my business are international. Mr. Thorn's knowledge of the tax laws and his skills in presenting my situation to the IRS and Department of Justice proved superior!"
Emma Zdon