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Marc Bauer, a partner in the Los
Angeles office, is a member of the Public Finance Department.
Marc has represented issuer and underwriter clients in transactions involving both long- and short-term, fixed and variable rate obligations, commercial paper, credit and liquidity enhancement, and revenue bonds. He has experience with financings involving cities, counties, public power agencies, school districts, and both private and charter schools. In addition, Marc’s practice includes the representation of governmental and private sector clients in post-issuance examinations by the Internal Revenue Service.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Marc was an economics consultant at Deloitte & Touche LLP and Arthur Andersen LLP.
Marc R. Shapiro is a partner in Orrick’s New York office. He is a member of the Commercial Litigation and Supreme Court and Appellate Practice Groups.
Marc represents clients in federal and state courts at the trial and appellate levels with a particular focus on class actions, multi-district litigation, and mass joinders. Recently, Marc played a lead role in securing denial of class certification and affirmance by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in an employment discrimination suit against Microsoft. He also successfully secured dismissal of several foreign defendants in a class action before a MDL Court in Louisiana involving allegedly defective drywall. Marc currently represents the NCAA in concussion and injury-related cases throughout the country, Marathon Oil Corporation in nationwide climate change litigation, Johnson & Johnson in asbestos-related litigation across the country, Sanei International Ltd. in an international contract and unjust enrichment dispute, DomainTools in a contract and Computer Fraud and Abuse Act dispute concerning terms of service for accessing WHOIS registrant data, and Global Linguist Solutions in a 29-plaintiff, mass joinder False Claims Act case. In addition, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Marc is actively assisting clients in strategizing around litigation arising out of the health crisis.
Marc served as a law clerk to Judge Betty B. Fletcher of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Prior to joining Orrick, Marc worked as an appellate and post-conviction attorney for the Equal Justice Initiative. In that capacity, he engaged in trial level and appellate representation of clients in both state and federal court, including two cases that were briefed and argued before the United States Supreme Court.
Marc A. Levinson is a senior counsel in the Restructuring Group.
Marc's practice concentrates on insolvency planning, bankruptcy cases, out-of-court reorganizations and workouts. He represents secured and unsecured creditors, acquirers of assets from insolvent companies, debtors, indenture trustees, committees, public entities and bankruptcy trustees.
Marco Mancino, Partner in the Milan office, is a member of the European Corporate Group. Marco has extensive experience in M&A transactions, commercial contracts, general corporate and corporate governance.
He has a strong expertise in assisting international and domestic clients, both corporations and financial institutions, in structuring and executing M&A transactions.
Marco regularly assists clients in expanding their business in Italy and abroad. In this context, Marco developed a specific expertise in drafting joint venture, distribution, agency, franchising and commercial lease agreements, as well as in structuring clients’ corporate governance.
Marco developed an extensive experience in assisting hotel management companies in real estate deals as well as in the ordinary course of business.
Marco has also a specific expertise in the implementation of the Legislative Decree no. 231/01 relating to the criminal liability of legal entities; in this context he advises top international and domestic corporations and financial institutions.
Marco is a regular lecturer of the Master in Law organized by Il Sole 24 Ore Business School.
Prior to joining Orrick in 2006, Marco was a member of Taurini & Hazan law firm in Milan and, previously, of the corporate legal office of Siemens S.p.A.
Marco Dell'Antonia, a partner in the Milan office, is a member of the European Corporate Group. Marco has a specific experience in local and cross-border M&A transactions, commercial contracts, general corporate and corporate governance.
He advises primary Italian and international banks, financial institutions and major Italian and multinational corporations, working on complex corporate transactions including banking, industrial and manufacturing clients.
Marco's expertise is recognized by Italian and international clients in the field of corporate governance in general and in particular in the application of the Italian Legislative Decree 231/01 relating to the criminal liability of legal entities deriving from specific crimes identified by the decree.
Marco assists or is member of a substantial number of Vigilance Bodies of companies (also listed and regulated).
Marco is scientific coordinator of the legal area of NIBI - Master in Business Internationalization promoted by Camera di Commercio di Milano (Chamber of Commerce of Milan); he is a regular lecturer of the Master in Law organized by Il Sole 24 Ore Business School and of the Master "Corporate Counsel" organized by LUISS Business School; he has been adjunct professor at the IULM University in intellectual property law until 2009 and competition law until 2012.
He is member of the Board of the Association of the Members of the Vigilance Bodies pursuant to Italian Legislative Decree 231/2001.
Prior to joining Orrick, Marco developed his experience in international M&A transactions at Studio Legale Associato Laghi & Tabacchi in Treviso.
Marco Nicolini is Partner of Orrick, Member of the European Management Board of Orrick and Head of the Italian team of M&A and Private Equity.
He provides legal assistance in corporate transactions and mergers and acquisitions and is an international advisor to leading U.S. multinationals.Thanks to his extensive experience in corporate matters, he has been involved in numerous M&A projects concerning acquisitions and divestitures of Italian companies by Italian and foreign investors. In this context, his activities include the establishment of joint ventures, the drafting of shareholder agreements, corporate reorganization, project finance, leasing contracts, banking and financial consulting, securitization and capital market transactions.
He has assisted Italian and foreign companies in listing on regulated markets, in the initial offer of shares to the public, in the placement of securities and bonds, dealing with the legal aspects, including the preparation of prospectuses and the offering circular for private and institutional investors, he has handled relations with the relevant supervisory authorities, in particular with Consob and Borsa Italiana.
He has provided legal assistance to the Ministry of the Economy and Finance in activities related to the recapitalisation and strengthening of the capital of Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena.
As a specialist in the privatisation of public companies, he has been responsible for the disposal procedure and the listing of the shares of Telecom Italia, Mediocredito Centrale and Cofiri through a public offering.
Marco Boldini is a Partner and the Head of the Italian Financial Services Regulatory practice, splitting his time between Orrick’s Milan and London offices.
Marco is a leading authority on financial services regulations, including but not limited to AIFMD, UCITS, PRIIPs, FCA Handbook and Brexit-related topics, as well as on all aspects of funds-related work, in particular on ETFs and ETCs. He advises clients on MIFID II and compliance matters before the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority and the Italian Companies and Exchange Commission. Marco also has deep knowledge of the fintech sector, particularly blockchain and cryptocurrency matters.
Named Legal 500 UK’s in-house Regulatory Lawyer of the Year for 2019, Marco serves as Italian Honorary Consul in the United Kingdom to the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, as well as to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. He is also a member of the advisory board of the Italians’ Private Capital Association in London.
Before joining Orrick, Marco served as Head of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) UK Financial Services Regulatory practice. Prior to PwC, he served as European Regulatory Director at asset management firm ETF Securities in London. He is a Solicitor in England and Wales and a fully qualified UK Barrister at Middle Temple Inn, a Notary in England and Wales, as well as an avvocato in Italy. Marco currently teaches financial services law at Cass Business School, City University of London.
Marcello’s practice focuses mainly on energy (from both traditional and renewable sources) and infrastructure deals, in Italy and abroad.
Marcello works on M&A, project finance and private equity transactions in the energy (from both traditional and renewable sources) and infrastructure industries, assisting banks, sponsors, equity investors, investment funds, project developers and other participants in the acquisition or sale of totality, majority or minority shareholdings, in financing transactions (project finance, asset finance, refinancing and leasing transactions) and in power project/infrastructure/asset finance deals throughout the world.
He assists clients in drafting and negotiating all contractual documentation relating to the above transactions, including share purchase agreements, joint venture agreements, shareholders’ agreements, loan and leasing agreements, PPAs, EPC and O&M contracts. Marcello also advises clients on general corporate matters and day-to-day operating matters, including contracts management and other related legal matters.
In 2016, he spent a four-month period in Orrick's London office, advising a global leading solar company in acquisitions of ready-for-construction solar PV plants in the United Kingdom.
Marcus focuses his practice on assisting clients in taxable and tax-exempt public finance matters, including general obligation debt issuances, revenue-backed financings and lease purchase transactions, among others.
His experience includes the representation of school districts, municipalities, counties, junior colleges, universities, special authorities and other political subdivisions in a variety of roles, including bond counsel, disclosure counsel and issuer’s counsel. In addition, he regularly represents underwriters and purchasers of both public and privately placed debt, regularly serving as underwriters’ counsel and bank counsel.
Complementary to his core practice, Marcus is also able to provide his clients guidance on derivative transactions and liquidity facilities, election law matters, and municipal and school law issues.
Before joining Orrick, Marcus clerked for the Colorado Court of Appeals and subsequently practiced as an associate and then a partner with several international law firms.
Marcus Holmstroem, a Senior Associate in the London office, is a member of the Complex Litigation and Dispute Resolution group, where he focuses on domestic and international arbitration, and commercial litigation.
He acts for companies and institutions from a broad range of industries and sectors, and has particular experience representing clients within financial services industry and the telecom sector.
Before joining Orrick, Marcus trained with the international arbitration group of a magic circle firm based in Paris and with the arbitration group of a leading law firm in Stockholm. Marcus was a graduate analyst at a global investment bank in London prior to pursuing a career in practice.
Kenneth Marx, a senior associate in Orrick’s New York office, focuses his practice on corporate and securities law matters, with an emphasis on domestic and cross-border capital markets transactions.
Ken represents issuers and underwriters on public and private offerings of debt and equity securities and liability management transactions, such as exchange offers, tender offers, and consent solicitations. He also guides businesses through all stages of organization and development by advising on ’34 Act and indenture reporting compliance, corporate governance and related regulatory matters, venture capital financings, and corporate and securities law matters arising in connection with merger and acquisition transactions. Ken has served as counsel to companies in a variety of industries, including information technologies and services, life sciences and pharmaceuticals, fintech, infrastructure, advertising, telecommunications, clean technology, financial services, and consumer products.
Before his law career, Ken managed his own company, consulting for technology startups, financial services firms, and advertising agencies on web-based initiatives.