Damon C. Pace, a senior counsel in the New York office, is a member of the Public Finance Department.
He has practiced in the area of public finance for more than 15 years, serving as bond counsel, underwriters’ counsel and borrower counsel in various revenue bond financings, including those related to public power, sewer and storm water, tobacco, higher education, student loans, hospitals and multi-family and single-family housing. He is also bond counsel to various issuers relating to their commercial paper programs.
Noel Pacheco, an associate in the San Francisco office, is a member of the Corporate Group. He practices general corporate law and advises both public and private companies in commercial finance transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and securities law and corporate governance matters.
Prior to law school, Noel served nearly three years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ukraine and taught English in Costa Rica.
Nichola Padget, of counsel in the London office, is a member of the Real Estate Group.
Nichola specialises in real estate disputes and acts for investment funds, property companies and corporate occupiers dealing with matters such as service charge and dilapidations disputes, consents, rent reviews, break options, forfeiture and lease renewals.
Nichola's practice also covers development matters such as rights of light and preparing vacant possession strategies. She also has experience advising in connection with property related insolvency acting on numerous retail administrations and advising LPA receivers on their powers and duties.
Amy is a member of the Energy and Infrastructure Group.Her practice focuses on energy project finance and development, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate matters. Amy has represented sponsors, developers, investors, and electric utilities in connection with energy project sales and acquisitions, tax equity investments, cash equity investments, joint ventures, private placements, and a broad range of corporate matters.
Zac helps clients buy and sell businesses. He counsels a wide range of companies involved in M&A and investment activity, including public corporations, closely-held industrial firms, private equity portfolio companies and tech startups.
Zac assists clients with negotiating the terms of business purchase agreements and manages transactions. Zac also works with investors in preferred stock financings and with growth-stage companies in investments and equity matters.
Zac's experience includes:
Mitchel C. Pahl, a Senior Counsel in Orrick’s New York office, is a
member of the Compensation & Benefits Group. Mitch represents
public companies, financial institutions, government institutions, private equity groups and high
net-worth individuals in the areas of employee benefits and executive
Mitch has particular expertise relating to ERISA fiduciary and private equity matters, M&A transactions, compensation and benefit plan compliance, and the special issues encountered in connection with globally mobile executives. His extensive experience includes work in such diverse fields as technology, financial services, pharmaceuticals, real estate, energy, banking, retail, healthcare and the food & beverage industry.
Mitch's private equity experience focuses on “ERISA Title I” matters (investment vehicle and fund formation and operation) as well as the tax, employment and other issues raised by upper tier management compensation arrangements maintained by partnerships and LLCs. This enables Mitch to provide comprehensive counseling to clients in connection with their day-to-day business activities and also their in-house operations.
Throughout his career, Mitch has been involved in numerous high profile corporate transactions, many of which raised cutting edge compliance issues involving employee benefits and executive compensation. Notable engagements have included those for eBay, Dell, BlackBoard, Datalogic S.p.A., J.P. Morgan, Talbots and King Pharmaceuticals, among others.
Mitch is widely recognized for his work relating to global executive compensation matters. He is the co-author of the “Multinational Executives” chapter of the leading Executive Compensation treatise, one of the first widely circulated publications to cover the topic. He has worked with clients in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and North, South and Central America.
Currently, Mitch serves as a member of the ABA’s Joint Committee on Employee Benefits (JCEB) and its Subcommittee on Continuing Legal Education, and he has served as the Chair of the Business Law Section’s Subcommittee on International Executive Compensation. Mr. Pahl has also taught about taxation of employee benefits as an Adjunct Professor at the Lubin School of Business of Pace University.
Richard Paladino, an associate in the New York office, is a member of the Structured Finance Group. Richard represents a variety of market participants, including sponsors, issuers and underwriters, in public and private offerings of commercial mortgage-backed securities.
Richard represents a variety of market participants, including sponsors, issuers and underwriters, in public and private offerings of commercial mortgage-backed securities.
John Palmer, a partner in Orrick's San Francisco office, focuses his practice on financing for cities, counties, community college districts and school districts.
His practice includes serving as bond and disclosure counsel on revenue and tax-supported bond transactions in a variety of financing structures, including fixed rate bonds, variable rate bonds, synthetic fixed rate bonds and conduit issues.
Alessio Palumbo is a senior associate in the Banking & Finance team based in the Rome Office.
He specializes in securitization of a wide variety of assets including RMBS, CMBS, performing and non performing loans.
Vince Paparo is a versatile lawyer with broad experience in a wide range of domestic and cross-border financings and restructurings.
The core of Vince’s practice is debt financings, with an emphasis on senior secured, second lien, unitranche, mezzanine and subordinated loans. Both lenders and corporate borrowers have turned to him on a wide array of lending transactions including syndicated transactions, acquisition finance, recapitalizations, and specialty financings. His clients include financial institutions, investment banks, investment funds, private equity funds, distressed debt investors and alternative credit providers.
San Francisco; Silicon Valley
San Francisco; Silicon Valley
Warrington S. Parker is a partner in Orrick's San Francisco office, and a member of the White Collar, Investigations, Securities Litigation & Compliance Group.
Warrington's practice involves the representation of clients in both civil and criminal matters. These matters typically include government involvement or claimed violations of state and federal regulations or statutes. Thus, Warrington has represented clients in False Claims Act matters, claims brought by the Federal Trade Commission, employment discrimination cases involving a federal research facility, allegations of fraud and breach of contract brought against a client by a state, and allegations that a school board inappropriately spent bond monies in violation of California law.
Warrington has conducted criminal and civil investigations, both nationally and internationally, including FCPA investigations in China and Japan. Warrington has handled and managed state and federal civil cases from the filing of complaints to discovery and trial. Since joining Orrick in 2008, Warrington has tried two criminal cases and three civil cases.
From 1992 to 1996, Warrington was Assistant United States Attorney for the United States Attorney's Office, Central District of California, Criminal Division in Los Angeles.
Before joining Orrick, Warrington was a shareholder at Heller Ehrman.