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Jones Day's Projects & Infrastructure lawyers have been involved in the development, acquisition, and financing of infrastructure assets for more than twenty years. We can advise from the initial joint venture agreement through the construction and financing of a project and have a detailed understanding of the contractual arrangements underpinning revenue generation.

Our experience spans every continent and includes private commercial projects, governmental concession-based greenfield development projects, and privatization of operational infrastructure assets through dispositions, financings, and long-term lease and concession arrangements. We advise developers and financiers on all aspects of infrastructure, including wind, solar, and thermal power generation projects, desalination plants, airport and rail facilities, and ports.

Whether our clients are developing greenfield projects, acquiring existing assets, or providing equity or debt financing for projects, our multidisciplinary attorneys provide creative and innovative solutions to extract additional value from each transaction and overcome the challenges inherent in financing large projects.


 
Group Presentations
  Infrastructure and Oil & Gas in Brazil: Maximizing Opportunities and Overcoming Challenges, October 2, 2013
Jones Day Regional Energy Conference, Harnessing Regional Opportunity in the new Energy Economy, February 14, 2013
 
Past Seminar Materials
  PPP in Southeast Asia and India Seminar, September 27, 2013
 
 
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California Supreme Court Recognizes Concepcion Requires Reversal of Sonic-Calabasas but Continues to Display Skepticism Toward Arbitration
Aaron L. Agenbroad,Christopher J. Lovrien,Jason C. Wright, November 15, 2013
On October 17, 2013, the California Supreme Court issued its second decision in Sonic-Calabasas v. Moreno. In Sonic I, the court ruled that an arbitration agreement's waiver of an administrative hearing on wage claims was void and unenforceable. In Sonic II, the court reversed its prior decision,...