Practice Areas

Practice Areas

International Commercial Boutique

KBL Roche and its network of cooperating firms and lawyers gives our clients access to local services around the globe and permits businesses to move into new markets. Our close network spans the following jurisdictions allowing us to work with outside counsels on matters in most countries in the world.
  • EU: Spain, Italy, Germany, France
  • United Kingdom
  • Africa: Nigeria and South Africa
  • China

Cross Border Operations and Business Migration

We assist European and U.S. clients in migrating, creating and growing their business on both continents. We join your team for foreign-local and cross border legal assessments and compliance of your business plan. We also assist you in setting up your business and accounting and ensure compliance with local, state and federal license and tax requirements.
  • Business plan and business migration due diligence.
  • Business and non-immigrant visas.
  • Incorporation and representative corporate offices, Corporate compliance, and state licensing.
  • International tax and local commercial contracts.
  • Cross cultural and cross legal system advice and guidance.

Local and International Tax

KBL Roche’s tax department provides clients with sophisticated and practical international and local advice on tax planning, tax strategies for transactions, cross-border issues and the resolution of difficult tax controversies for individuals, estates, business, and transactions.
  • Transactions: M&A, Real Estate, Trusts and Estates, Restructuring and Reorganization, Capital Market Investments, Financings
  • Government Rulings (internationally) and Permanent Establishment (PE) planning,
  • Tax Controversy and Litigation.
  • Municipal, State, Federal, Cross Border Tax, Totalization and International Tax Treaties.
  • Sales tax, Commercial Rent Tax, and Income Tax, Exit Tax, and Gift Tax, other, specific filings (e.g. residency certificates, and annual reports).
  • Individuals 1040 and 1040NR; Corporations and Partnerships 1120, 1065; Trusts and Estates 1041.
U.S. Supreme Court’s Rejection of Appeals in Epic v. Apple
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U.S. Supreme Court’s Rejection of Appeals in Epic v. Apple

On January 16, 2024, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to consider appeals from both Apple and Epic Games (See Reuters: US Supreme Court snubs Apple-Epic Games legal battle).

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Roche Legal, PLLC


Alexandre Leturgez-Coïaniz, Esq., LL.M.

Daniel B. Koburger, Esq., LL.M.

Côme Laffay, Esq., LL.M.