As the EB-5 market continues to mature, so will the quality and sophistication of the players and projects in this industry. As clients evolve, so must attorneys. Gone are the days when an EB-5 firm could focus on only one area (such as filing I-526 petitions). Clients will often expect their EB-5 counsel to guide them through the entire life cycle of an EB-5 deal. Counsel’s role and guidance may be drastically different depending on the client being represented in an EB-5 transaction.
In NES Financial’s recently published eBook, Navigating a Changing EB-5 Sector: Insights from Experts, Nima Korpivaara and Phuong Le of Medallion Partner David Hirson & Partners wrote an article that expands on the above paragraph examining the role of the EB-5 Counsel plays in the process and how that role has come to evolve and become more complex over time.
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