About this office:
Bingham represents clients in cross-border restructurings and insolvencies; complex securities and financial regulatory matters; high-stakes litigation; environmental issues; government affairs; and sophisticated corporate, financing and technology transactions.
We have built our firm, on a global basis, in the areas where we are strongest and are able to counsel our clients most effectively. Our 1,000 lawyers are based in the world's major financial centers — New York, London, Tokyo and Hong Kong — as well as on both coasts in the United States.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Antitrust and Trade Regulation; Appellate; Banking; Base Reuse; Bioscience; Broker-Dealer Litigation; Business Regulation and White Collar Defense; Commercial Technology; Construction and Project Finance Litigation; Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions Group; Emerging Growth Companies; Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation; Energy and Resources; Environmental; Environmental and Land Use Litigation; Estate Planning; Financial Institutions Regulatory and Corporate; Financial Restructuring; General Corporate and Securities; Insolvency and Financial Services Litigation; Institutional Finance; Intellectual Property; Intellectual Property and Technology Litigation; International Trade Law; Investment Management; Japanese Practice; Labor and Employment; Land Use; Privacy and Security; Private Equity; Product Liability; Project and Structured Finance; Project Development; Real Estate; Real Estate Litigation; Securities and Corporate Governance Litigation; Sports, Entertainment and Media; Tax.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
SEC Issues Proposed Rules on Cross-Border Security-Based Swap Activities
Margaret R. Blake,Amy Natterson Kroll,Elizabeth A. Marino,Erald Sakiqi, May 8, 2013
On May 1, 2013, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC” or “Commission”) unanimously voted to propose for comment rules and interpretive guidance for cross-border security-based swap activities (“Proposed Rules”). In addition, the Commission approved...
Cybersecurity Bill Stalls In Senate, Shifting Attention To Executive Order
Matthew Flairty,Bree Hann,Edward F. Maluf,Manu Pradhan,Brian C. Rocca, May 1, 2013
On the heels of the Obama administration’s veto threat, Senate staffers have disclosed that the Senate is unlikely to vote on the House-approved Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA. As written, CISPA would have enabled greater information-sharing between government and...