Coan, Payton & Payne, LLC attorney Steve Suneson provided his expertise and input in a recent Law Week Colorado article titled Companies Brace for NAFTA Aftermath. Law Week Colorado writes, “‘Beyond NAFTA, the general uncertainty surrounding trade agreements is making international corporations gun shy on plans for expansion or hiring’, said Steve Suneson, an international business attorney and partner with Coan Payton & Payne in Denver. ‘Companies are holding off on long-term capital expenditures, and specifically in the manufacturing sector,’ Suneson said. U.S. manufacturers are less likely to commit to building and staffing a new factory in another country as long as new tariffs remain a possibility, he added.” To access the full article, click here.
Mr. Suneson practices in the areas of business law and commercial transactions, including: mergers and acquisitions, cross-border and international transactions, commercial contracts, and secured transactions.