Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP
Washington, District of Columbia OfficeView all offices
1990 K Street, N.W.
Washington, District of Columbia
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About this office:
Cahill has thrived for nearly a century by focusing on the most significant opportunities and complex legal challenges facing the top financial services firms and other multinational corporations. Our premier transactional and litigation groups have impressive records of accomplishment in high-profile cases and headline-grabbing deals. Cahill lawyers are highly client-driven and the firm is specifically retained because of our experience, depth of knowledge and facility in managing challenging situations.
Our clients benefit from the firm's long-standing stability; almost all of our partners began their careers here as summer associates. Partners remain deeply invested in their clients' success.
Among our ranks are former law clerks who have served judges in either the federal or state judiciaries, including the U.S. Supreme Court. Nine Cahill alumni or current attorneys have served as United States Attorney for the Southern or Eastern Districts of New York, the District of Connecticut or the Eastern District of California. Our team also includes lawyers who joined Cahill following distinguished careers in government agencies, including the Securities and Exchange Commission, United States Department of Justice, Department of the Treasury and Federal Trade Commission.
Cahill is known for innovative trial strategies and financing solutions that draw on the strengths of the entire firm and reflect a wider perspective than that typically afforded by the specialized niches and micro practices that make up a large law firm. A passion for challenging and distinctive work is at the heart of our culture and explains why Cahill consistently wins cases and ranks among the most active firms in the financial league tables, year after year.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Corporate Finance; Commercial Loans; Lender Law; Lender Liability; Letters of Credit; Loan Restructuring; Loan Syndication; Loan Workouts; Loans; Secured Lending; Mergers and Acquisitions; Divestitures; Business Acquisitions; Business Divestitures; Leveraged Buyouts; Leveraged Acquisitions; Merger Reorganization; Mergers and Acquisitions Finance; Mergers and Acquisitions Taxation; Spin-Offs; Finance; Asset Based Finance; Asset Sales; Commercial Finance; Credit Enhancement; Cross Border Finance; Debt and Equity Finance; Debt Finance; Equity Finance; Eurobonds; Finance Taxation; Financial Fraud; Secured Finance; Corporate Law; Corporate Successions; Corporate Tax Planning; Corporate Taxation; Hostile Takeovers; Proxy Contests; Tender Offers; Takeovers; Corporate Workouts; Litigation; Complex Litigation; Defense Litigation; E-Discovery; Federal Civil Litigation; Federal Litigation; International Litigation; Trial Practice; US Supreme Court Litigation; Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility; Corporate Litigation; Appellate Practice; Class Actions; Class Action Defense; Complex and Multi-District Litigation; Corporate Governance; Corporate Investigations; White Collar Fraud; White Collar Crime; White Collar Criminal Defense; Legal Malpractice; Legal Malpractice Defense; Legal Negligence; Legal Professional Liability; Professional Liability; RICO; Civil RICO; Alternative Dispute Resolution; International Arbitration; Arbitration; Mediation; International Mediation; Insurance; Reinsurance; Reinsurance Arbitration; Reinsurance Mediation; Risk Management; Insurance Defense; Intellectual Property; Trade Secrets; Theft of Trade Secrets; Trade Secret Misappropriation; Unfair Competition; Biotechnology; Biotechnology Licensing; Casinos and Gambling; Casino Law; Gaming Law; Corporate Reorganization; Bankruptcy; Bankruptcy Chapter 11; Bankruptcy Litigation; Insolvency; Fraudulent Conveyance; Out of Court Debt Restructuring; Pre-Bankruptcy Workouts; Workouts; Receiverships; Debtor Bankruptcy; Creditor Bankruptcy; Communications and Media; Libel and Slander; Slander; Defamation; Libel Defense; Media Libel; Media Law; Newspaper Law; Publishing Law; Communications Common Carrier; Communications Finance; Communications Law; FCC Licensing; Mass Media Law; Telecommunications Law; Telecommunications Finance; Telecommunications Contracts; Telecommunications Licensing; Taxation; International Taxation; Employee Benefits; Energy; Family Law; Trusts and Estates; Estate Administration; Estate Planning; Family Trusts; Family Wealth Transfer; Fiduciary Law; Living Trusts; Trusts and Estates Taxation.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
SCOTUS Lets Stand Security Interest in Proceeds of
Bankruptcy Transfer of FCC License
Cherie R. Kiser,Joel H. Levitin,Richard A. Stieglitz, June 12, 2013
On May 13, 2013, the Supreme Court declined to review the ruling of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit that had held that a security interest may extend to the “proceeds” of the future transfer of a license holder’s interest in its Federal Communications...
Year Established: 1919