Our attorneys are immersed in the domestic and international business activity that flows through New York City.
We’re in board rooms advising on governance and sophisticated corporate transactions and leading public and private financing deals for high profile projects. We have significant Wall Street experience navigating clients through corporate finance, IPOs, SEC compliance shareholder disputes and project finance. And we offer the full range of services companies need to maintain a flow of capital.
Our NYC litigators represent a diverse range of clients including banks, real estate companies, energy providers, telecommunications companies and insurers. They are seasoned trial lawyers who handle class actions, government investigations, complex litigation and international arbitrations and disputes anywhere in the world.
We have a robust team helping to develop the NYC of tomorrow. Our experience spans financing for new stadiums, developing and leasing office towers, assuring a stock of affordable housing and strengthening the city’s cultural institutions. Of course, our reach extends beyond Manhattan as we help clients meet infrastructure, energy and other development needs around the world.
We are constantly focused on supporting our communities and devote significant time in support of a variety of charitable causes including aid to battered women, advocacy for the homeless, and support to refugees fleeing persecution or seeking asylum.
- Bradley Mirkin to Nixon Peabody
Securities Lending Times | July 3, 2014
New York City Government Investigations & White Collar Defense counsel Brad Mirkin’s arrival at the firm is highlighted in this article.
- Co-investments Surge; LP Challenges Multiply
Buyouts | June 30, 2014
New York City Private Equity & Investment Funds partner Ted Ughetta discusses the boom in co-investing that is presenting fresh challenges for limited partners.
- Big Investors Gain Edge as SEC Ramps up PE Fee Scrutiny
Law360 | June 26, 2014
New York City Private Equity & Investment Funds partner Ted Ughetta discusses increased regulatory interest in how private equity firms charge fees and allocate expenses.