About this office:
Full-Service Civil Practice, Antitrust and Competition Law, Business Restructuring and Reorganization, Capital Markets, Complex Commercial and Multrijurisdictional Litigation, Corporate Criminal Investigations, Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, Energy Delivery and Power, Government Regulation, Health Care, Intellectual Property and Technology, International Litigation and Arbitration, Issues and Appeals, Labor and Employment, Lending/Structured Finance and Derivatives, Life Sciences, Mergers and Acquisitions, Oil and Gas, Private Equity, Products Liability, Personal Injury Torts and Health Litigation, Real Estate and Environment, Securities and Shareholder Litigation, Tax.
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Statement of Practice Summary:
Antitrust; Competition Law; Banking Law; Finance; Business and Tort Litigation - USA; Business Restructuring; Reorganization; Capital Markets; Corporate Criminal Investigations; Employee Benefits; Executive Compensation; Energy; Environmental Law; Health Law; Safety; Financial Institutions Litigation; Regulation; Global Disputes; Government Regulation; Health Care; Insurance Recovery; Intellectual Property; Issues; Appellate Practice; Labor and Employment; Life Sciences; Mergers and Acquisitions; Private Equity; Projects and Infrastructure; Real Estate; Securities Litigation; SEC Enforcement; Tax Law.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Italian Lending Market Finally Opens to Nonbanking Lenders
Alessandro Corno,Marco Lombardi,Francesco Squerzoni, April 24, 2015
Concluding a process started during the summer of 2014, the Italian legislature has completed a set of measures governing direct lending by nonbanking institutions. As a result, Italian/European Union ("EU") insurance companies, alternative investment funds, and securitization vehicles...
International Remedies for Foreign Investors in Europe's Renewable Energy Sector
Paul Exley,Mercedes Fernández,Franco Lambertenghi,Sylvia Tonova,Baiju S. Vasani, April 13, 2015
International investors who have suffered losses in the renewable energy sectors in Spain, the Czech Republic, Italy, Greece, Romania and Bulgaria, among others, may be entitled to compensation for their losses under the Energy Charter Treaty (“ECT”) and/or relevant bilateral investment...
Languages: Bulgarian, Dutch, English, French, Italian and Spanish.
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