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For clients who need legal support for their international business transactions, we get the deal done, no matter where, when or what currency.

Our approach

As economic and financial borders dissolve, transactions have an increasingly global component.

We’re excited about the opportunities that globalization creates for our clients. They depend on us to develop solutions, no matter what the geography. We’re a leading advisor to public and private companies leading deals that span the globe. Our results-oriented team creates innovative solutions that make transactions faster, smoother and less costly.

We help with the following types of transactions:

  • Global M&A
  • International tax and tax planning
  • Multi-national real estate purchases
  • Securities
  • International loan and syndicated loan agreements
  • Negotiation and drafting of commercial agreements of all types
  • U.S. Export-Import Bank credit facilities
  • Cross-border lease transactions
  • International project finance and structured finance arrangements
  • International private equity transactions

Our cross-disciplinary approach spans many of our firm’s practice areas: from tax, securities, corporate governance and labor to real estate, intellectual property, employee benefits, environmental, antitrust and other regulatory fields.

Integrating our global network, we provide seamless service to our clients on cross-border transactions, doing deals across multiple time zones, in various languages, involving an array of currencies.

Media Clips

  • US Anti-Boycott Laws: Top 5 Things Exporters Should Know
    Law360 | April 29, 2014
    Washington, DC, Business Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero authored this column discussing the key points that every U.S. exporter should know about the U.S. anti-boycott laws.
  • Carlyle, KKR, TPG Raising Billions for China, But Deals May Be Scarce
    Buyouts | April 29, 2013

    Partner and leader of the firm’s China and Asia Pacific practice David Cheng discusses private equity deal trends in China.

  • Ralls Case Shows Importance of Proactively Engaging CFIUS
    Law360 | March 12, 2013

    This contributed article, authored by Washington, D.C. global business & transactions associate Alexandra Lopez-Casero, discusses how important it is for companies interested in cross-border investment to engage with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States.