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Business Law, Indian Indentured Servant Ships, West Indian History, & Oil Updates for the Caribbean Diaspora


I hope to continue to preserve and spread awareness on West Indian history.


I am a Trinidadian-Guyanese-American business attorney eager to learn more about my history, including the ships used to transport Indian indentured servants and enslaved Africans to Trinidad and Guyana.


I enjoy sharing my history and business articles.


My goal is to protect the Indian indentured servant ship and slavery records, promote Caribbean history, and encourage fair business dealings between Caribbean nations/citizens and foreign (oil) investors.

I have my own business law firm helping entrepreneurs protect their businesses with business formations (like LLCs), contracts, trademarks, and more. 

I live in Florida with my husband and three children. My hobbies include spending time with my family, enjoying South Florida, and learning more about my culture and oil developments.

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Melissa D.
Goolsarran Ramnauth, Esq.

Business Law for West Indian Entrepreneurs

Caribbean businesses should protect their brand (names/logos) with trademarks, and business dealings with contracts.

West Indian business owners often have to learn this information for the first time on their own.

Our goal is to share business law so that our community can protect their businesses, especially with foreign oil investors coming into the region.

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The records of the ships used to transport Indian indentured servants and enslaved Africans must be preserved.

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