Tuesday, June 18, 2013

JSS Attorney Patrick F. Welch Attends 2013 Arizona-Mexico Commission Plenary Session

JSS attorney Patrick F. Welch, attended the 2013 Arizona-Mexico Commission Plenary Session, which was hosted by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and Sonora Governor Guillermo Padres. This year's theme was "Arizona & Sonora: Advancing Regional Competitiveness." Mr. Welch participated in the Financial, Business & Legal Services Committee program, which included presentations about investment opportunities in the States of Arizona and Sonora, Cross-Border Currency and Deposit Regulations, U.S. Foreign Accounts Tax Compliance Act, 2013 Mexican Tax Reform Act, and Central Banks, Monetary Policy and Currency Exchange Rates - Implications for Mexico, U.S. and China.

Following adjournment of the Plenary Session, the attendees joined Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and Sonora Governor Guillermo Padres for a Gala Dinner. Mr. Welch, accompanied by his wife, Maribel Balderrama, attended the Gala Dinner joined by Financial, Business & Legal Services Committee co-chairs, Benjamin Aguilera, Aguilera International Counsel LLP, Carlos Emmermann, Emmermann & Associates LLC, Duane Froeschle, Western Alliance Bank Corporation, and Mr. Froeschle's wife, Dianira Froeschle.

Patrick Welch is a licensed attorney in both Arizona and Massachusetts, offering legal services to U.S. and Mexican based individuals and businesses. Patrick is fluent in English and Spanish, and advises his clients with respect to business formation, business transactions and litigation issues arising in the U.S. He is also a member of the Arizona-Mexico Commission.

Mr. Welch has been featured recently in the media commenting on U.S.-Mexico cross-border travel and commerce. View these stories here:

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