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Legislative/Regulatorische Beteiligung

Our lawyers leverage their knowledge of regulatory matters affecting participants in the global financial markets when advising a wide variety of clients, including financial institutions, finance companies, funds and investors, as well as leading industry associations.  Orrick has significant experience in helping clients conduct their businesses and design their financial products to comply with the broad spectrum of governmental regulations that might affect them, including securities law matters, rules governing permissible bank transactions, ERISA and tax. As a result of our extensive ...

Finanzierungen im öffentlichen Sektor

Our European Restructuring team distinguishes Orrick from many other firms with whom we compete because of our on-the-ground resources and bankruptcy experience in London, Paris, Germany and Italy. Our lawyers have advised on restructuring matters in the U.S., Europe, the United Kingdom, China, Japan and Korea for global companies. Our firm offers an unusually broad perspective because we helped shape the practices and documentation involving bankruptcy regulations around the globe. For example, members of our team: Represent firms in formal and informal corporate restructuring ...

Orrick’s Marc Levinson Compares Chapter 9 to Chapter 11 for the Federal Judicial Center Website

January.06.2017

 Orrick Restructuring Senior Counsel Marc Levinson is one of the chapter 9 experts assisting in the preparation of a chapter 9 manual for bankruptcy judges and court clerks that has been posted on the website of the Federal Judicial Center, an arm of the United States Courts which educates federal judges.  Among other things, the manual will discuss the differences between chapter 9 and chapter 11 bankruptcies. The below video comparing chapter 9 v. chapter 11 was prepared at the FJC’s request that Marc draw upon his experience representing the cities of Stockton and Vallejo, California, in ...

Kommunalobligationen

Since 1985, our attorneys have worked on more than 3,700 general obligation issues totaling more than $280 billion. Our clients have been cities, counties, states, school districts, community college districts, and other special districts and public works departments (among others) in California, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Mississippi, Nevada, New York, New Jersey, Oregon, Vermont, Washington, D.C., and Guam. Representative projects funded by these general obligation bonds include: school facilities parks and recreation district improvements water ...

Health Care Finanzierungen

Scope We regularly act as bond counsel, disclosure counsel, underwriters counsel and direct purchaser’s counsel for health care finance transactions around the country. We have been specializing in health care finance since the early 1980s. Our practice encompasses financings for nonprofit 501(c)(3) health care systems, hospitals, clinics (including federally qualified health centers), retirement facilities, skilled nursing facilities, proton therapy centers and blood banks, as well as public health care providers. We are long-standing members of the finance teams for many of the most active ...

Orrick Grows Market Leading Public Finance Practice

March.11.2019

Leading healthcare finance lawyer Robyn Helmlinger has joined Orrick's Public Finance Group as a partner, based in San Francisco. For two decades, Robyn has been advising issuers, borrowers and underwriters involved in issuing municipal bonds, with a focus in the U.S. healthcare industry.

Vermögensrückgewinnung für Opfer von Wirtschaftskriminalität

This experience has proved invaluable in Orrick’s representation of companies that are increasingly the victims of all types of crimes whether the perpetrator is an insider or a competitor. Companies fall victim to crimes such as: Cybercrime including hacking, phishing and malware attacks; Theft of trade secrets and other intellectual property crimes; Illegal counterfeiting of merchandise; Price-fixing in violation of antitrust laws; Embezzlement and kickback schemes; Insider trading; and ...

Asset Backed Securities (ABS)

We have a leading market presence as legal advisors on CLO transactions, and we are one of the preeminent law firms advising issuers and underwriters in the securitization of credit card, charge card, auto loan, auto lease and dealer floorplan receivables. Our team handles securitizations of tax liens, PACE liens, structured settlements, lottery receivables, student loans, time shares, portfolios of aircraft and aircraft engines and a variety of other assets. With strong practices in both public finance and securitization, Orrick is one of the few firms in the U.S. with substantial ...

Hypothekenabhängige Wertpapiere

Since the onset of the financial crisis, we have taken a leadership role advising on innovative transactions that are set to become templates for the future of the industry, including our representation of Redwood Trust in all of its pioneering public offerings of private-label MBS.

We serve as counsel in public and private RMBS and resecuritization transactions. Our experience includes:

  • single-family residential mortgage loans
  • commercial mortgage loans
  • multifamily mortgage loans
  • home equity loans
  • revolving lines of credit
  • revolving manufactured housing contracts

Non-Profit-Unternehmen Finanzierung

Lawyers in our Nonprofit practice have been providing legal counsel to nontraditional issuers such as corporations that are just now establishing nonprofit status, and to organizations that may not even have the assets to qualify for a tax-exempt bond issuance under typical circumstances. We have acted as bond counsel for almost all of the tax-exempt financings for cultural institutions that have been done in New York and for numerous such financings in California. We also have extensive experience as bond counsel, underwriters’ counsel and institution counsel for colleges, universities, ...

Pensionszusagen Finanzierung

History That financing and a number of copy-cats that rapidly followed were tax-exempt and primarily driven by then legal arbitrage possibilities. Many of these transactions were structured as lease financings or as installment sales of annuities. Tax-exempt pension obligation bonds largely came to an end with the introduction of tax legislation that became part of the Tax Reform Act of 1986. However, we have continued to work on pension bonds that are tax-exempt because of special transition rules or special (non-arbitrage) situations. A new taxable version of pension obligation bonds ...

Private Rechtsstreitigkeiten

We have extensive experience with every type of antitrust claim, including claims involving price fixing, predatory pricing and buying, bundling and loyalty programs, tying, exclusive dealing, monopolization, product distribution, counterclaims in infringement actions, mergers and acquisitions. We routinely handle the most challenging antitrust claims and procedurally complicated antitrust litigation, at times managing scores of cases involving many parties spanning multiple jurisdictions. Our lawyers have a strong record in both the trial and appellate courts. In fact, companies often turn ...

Private Wealth

These clients are usually private persons and we do not reveal their names. Often they own large, closely held corporations or are founders of public corporations. Our goal in working with these clients is to formulate estate plans and business arrangements that meet the client’s personal and business needs, while minimizing the tax costs (income, gift, estate, and generation-skipping tax) inherent in the transfer of wealth. The Department’s work with these families includes comprehensive wealth transfer planning, business succession planning, corporate recapitalizations, the creation of ...

Governmental Affairs

Services provided by this group include state contract procurement, intervention to create opportunities or to solve problems, the management of legislative and administrative activities - ranging from monitoring, research, and consultation - to direct and indirect lobbying to affect either enactment, amendment, or defeat of proposals. The firm has advised and appeared before, or provided services to, the Governor and his administration, every constitutional officer, the state legislature, many of its committees, and virtually all California state agencies, including the following entities: ...