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As a commercial and financial nexus, New York is at the center of the global economy. Many of the world's most prominent companies, influential financial institutions, and innovative new enterprises set roots in the city as they branch out across continents. Whether you are working locally or crossing borders, coordinating that effort is what we do. You will benefit from our multidisciplinary team of lawyers who understand your business, know your markets, and work with you to manage our global offering.
We have all the tools you need to build, protect, and expand your business. We can help you with corporate/M&A, real estate, and other major transactions involving debt and equity capital markets, structured finance, project finance, derivatives, banking, and restructuring and insolvency. You can work with us on your labor and employment issues as well as on managing your intellectual property. When necessary, our team will also partner with you on your most complex international arbitration and commercial, labor, insolvency, and IP-related litigation matters.
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NEW YORK, 15 May 2015 – Hogan Lovells hosted its second annual Global Energy Summit: Global Energy Interdependence and Choice: Risks, Rewards, and Realities on Monday May 11 and Tuesday May ...
Primary Practices and Industries
- Business Structures
- Capital Markets
- Communications Law
- Complex Contracting
- Consumer Law
- Corporate Governance
- Domain Names
- Executive Compensation, Employee Benefits, and Share Incentives
- Banking Transactional
- Investment Funds
- Infrastructure, Energy, Resources, and Projects
- Intellectual Property
- International Arbitration
- IT Law
- Joint Ventures
- Litigation and Arbitration
- Marketing and Advertising
- Media Law
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Private Equity
- Securities and Public Company Advisory
- Real Estate
- Business Restructuring and Insolvency
- Trade Secrets and Confidential Know-how
- Trademarks and Brands
Advised BB Securities and BNP Paribas in the establishment of the first and second offerings from the Rio Oil Finance Trust, totaling approximately US$4bn.
Advised the Kodak Pension Plan of the UK as co-chair of the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in Eastman Kodak Company's US$2.8bn Chapter 11 case.
Advised Novartis on the US$16bn acquisition of GlaxoSmithKline's oncology business and "asset swap."
Represented a Brazilian owner in three parallel ICC cases with claims and counterclaims of US$1.55bn involving the construction of FPSOs and an FPU.
Represented Sprint in a four-patent infringement case involving CDMA cellular infrastructure equipment in the District of Kansas and Federal Circuit.
Achieved dismissal of claims against our client, a major global financial institution, in the U.S. Dollar LIBOR multidistrict litigation.
Advised on the financing for Silver States Solar, a 60MW photovoltaic power station in Nevada.
Advised Mikhail Prokhorov and Onexim Sports & Entertainment on the US$1.7bn purchase of the remaining stake in the Brooklyn Nets and Barclays Center.
Advised the Republic of Ecuador in its US$2bn issuance of notes and two follow-on offerings totaling an extra US$1.5bn.
Representing the Official Committees of Unsecured Creditors of Abengoa S.A.'s U.S. bioenergy, solar, and EPC subsidiaries in Chapter 11 proceedings.
Obtained favorable final written decisions for patent owner DepoMed in inter partes review proceedings before the Patent Trials and Appeals Board.
Defending a European bank in the New York courts against a class action alleging that London Gold Fixing members conspired to violate antitrust laws.
Obtained a permanent injunction for a Japanese pharmaceutical firm in bench trial in a suit brought pursuant to the Hatch-Waxman Act against Teva.
Advised 21st Century Fox on the agreement to expand its joint venture with The National Geographic Society to create National Geographic Partners.
Advised T-Mobile in connection with a two-year US$500m wireless telephone bill receivables securitization facility.
Representing KaloBios Pharmaceutical Inc. in its Chapter 11 case involving numerous complex corporate governance, securities, and biotech issues.
Represented a Saudi Arabian distributor in a US$125m ICC dispute related to the sale of oil- and gas-related products with an Argentine supplier.
Representing a consumer lender in a matter involving the CFPB and the U.S. DOJ relating to alleged discrimination by a group of mortgage brokers.