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Private Litigation

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 ...

Export Controls & Economic Sanctions

We have undertaken scores of internal investigations and compliance reviews for companies in industries as varied as semiconductors, aerospace and defense, energy, consumer electronics, and financial services. We represent clients in voluntary disclosures to the U.S. government and in administrative enforcement actions under economic sanctions and anti-money laundering rules, and we negotiate settlements with enforcement authorities. Apart from embargoes and sanctions applicable to U.S. companies and individuals, we have a particular depth and expertise in U.S. measures that provide for ...

Revenue Bond Financing

Our Revenue Bond Financing Group focuses on enterprise revenue bonds, that is, bonds payable from the revenues of an enterprise conducted by the public entity that issues the bonds. Some of the these issues overlap practice areas and, when advantageous, we bring in expertise from other Orrick practice groups, including the Public Power Finance Group, the Water and Wastewater Finance Group, the Transportation Finance Group, the Industrial Development, Pollution Control and Solid Waste Financing Group, and the Health Care Finance Group. These issues might be handled by attorneys in several ...

Real Estate Finance

Our team has a distinct capital markets focus with deep experience in secured and unsecured credit facilities, mezzanine, construction, and term loans, syndicated loan facilities, commercial mortgage loan origination, as well as investments in CMBS, RMBS and other structured real estate debt products.  We have also advised on A/B tiered structures, leasehold financings, preferred equity structures, participations and syndicated facilities, credit tenant loans, bridge, and permanent financings, acquisition and disposition of loans (collateralized or unsecured) as well as restructurings, ...

Transportation Finance

Orrick's Transportation Finance Group lawyers are based in California, Seattle and New York and are fully experienced in financing all types of transportation facilities owned by state and local government entities. Multi-purpose financings involving transportation issues have been successfully completed for a wide variety of issuers, such as:

  • California Transportation Commission
  • Massachusetts Port Authority
  • Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA)
  • Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
  • Port of Oakland
  • Port of San Diego

Wage-and-Hour

Our representation includes all phases of class litigation, from initial filing to class certification and subsequent litigation through settlement and claims proceedings. Our employment litigators have a proven track record of obtaining dismissal of purported class claims on the pleadings and defeating class certification. In addition to our successful representation of class actions, we have a strong reputation of representing clients with DLSE, EDD and DOL proceedings Audits and enforcement actions Single plaintiff cases Meal and rest break issues Off-the-clock ...

Six Degrees of Separation: Temperature Testing as Employees Return to Work

by Julia C. Riechert, Katie E. Briscoe and Michael Disotell | May.20.2020

As states begin to reopen and employees return to the workplace, employers are faced with trying to protect workers and prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace. Many employers are looking to temperature testing as a potential safeguard. Like many emerging safety measures, though, there are several considerations to weigh before implementing temperature testing:

Real Estate Investment Funds

In the United States, we have developed a robust fund formation platform drawing from our market-leading Real Estate practice and experienced Fund Formation network as well as longtime relationships with fund managers and sponsors.  We offer an international team that has worked on behalf of real estate and other private equity funds targeting investments in the United States, Mexico, Peru, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, Israel, Japan, China, India and Russia. Our clients include the leading international investment funds, fund sponsors, real estate advisors, developers, public ...

3D Printing

3D printing, or additive manufacturing, makes objects by joining materials layer by layer based on a digital 3D model. Many different types of 3D printing technology exist, including material extrusion, stereolithography, and selective laser sintering. The 3D printing market is growing rapidly, as is the development and refinement of new 3D printing technologies. Our Team Our lawyers Vann Pearce and Chris Higgins possess deep insight into the 3D printing industry’s intersection with intellectual property. Vann and Chris have been featured speakers at 3D printing conferences in the U.S. and ...
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Airport and Port Financing

Orrick is one of a few bond counsel firms with a practice group devoted to airport financing. The purpose of each of our practice groups is to focus and enhance experience, efficiency, consistency, quality and responsiveness to clients. The group can field several teams of attorneys with broad experience in airport financing, familiarity with all of the financing options that may be considered, knowledge of the most recent developments in tax law, FAA regulations, risk disclosure and financing techniques, and sufficient resources to meet any financing schedule. Attorneys in Orrick's Airport ...

Pension Obligation Bond Financing

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 ...

Public Policy

We are the group that CEOs and GCs call when they need to pass legislation in their 10 most important states or respond to a multistate AG investigation that could land them on the front page of The Wall Street Journal. Need more proof? Just ask Financial Times, which singled us out in its 2014 North America Innovative Lawyers report for our novel "litigation avoidance strategy that helps clients solve company matters in the state legislature rather than the courtroom." Or ask DraftKings, FanDuel and Zenefits – all of which have turned to us when faced with existential threats from state AGs, ...