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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

Project Finance

Most recently, our work had included the US$2 billion Maryland Purple Line transit project in the U.S.; the €620 million Marseille bypass toll road in France; the US$1.4 billion Vinh Tan 1, a 1,200MW power plant in Vietnam; and the US$2.4 billion privatization of the Central Terminal Building at LaGuardia Airport - the first U.S. PPP project involving an airport that includes both design and reconstruction. We have been named “Project Finance Group of the Year” four times by Law360 and are regularly recognized by leading industry and legal publications, including Project Finance magazine, ...

Antitrust & Competition

Or why Whole Foods instructed us to represent it before the FTC, why Telenor came to us for the European Commission’s review of its mobile telephony merger in Denmark and Aland Jiangsu Nutraceutical Co. chose us to defend it in the first cartel case ever brought against a Chinese company in a U.S. court. Simply, we are relentless in helping our clients. The tireless pursuit of business success would mean little if we didn’t have the skill and experience to back it up. Our lawyers have helped shape antitrust law in groundbreaking decisions in the United States, Europe and Asia. Our success as ...

International Trade & Compliance

Major companies such as General Electric, Intel and Marathon Oil commonly rely on us to help them overcome the most challenging barriers to cross-border business. We’ve counseled global financial institutions on how to comply with U.S. and EU economic sanctions against Russia. We’ve obtained national security clearance in one of the few CFIUS cases that has gone to the President for approval. We’ve resolved compliance and government affairs challenges related to trade in security-sensitive electronics products. We’ve advanced the interests of some of the largest industrial businesses in ...

Commerce Department Expands Export Controls Regarding Huawei - Four Key Points

by Harry Clark, Jeanine P. McGuinness, W. Clark McFadden II and Gregory I. Hume | May.19.2020

Today the U.S. Commerce Department published an interim final rule to amend the so-called direct product rule of the Export Administration Regulations to target certain transfers of items tied to Huawei and Huawei entities set forth on the Export Administration Regulations (“EAR”) Entities List (Huawei listed entities).

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 ...

Antitrust/Intellectual Property

Orrick’s Antitrust and Competition Group is often called upon to guide clients through the challenging antitrust and competition issues that arise in obtaining, licensing and protecting intellectual property rights. We help owners of IP rights realize the value of their innovation, while guiding them through the minefield of licensing practices that can create antitrust or competition problems, or provide the basis for a patent misuse defense in an infringement action. Our antitrust and competition lawyers work with Orrick’s intellectual property lawyers in developing license agreements, ...

The European Antitrust Enforcers’ response to the Covid-19 outbreak: Antitrust rules will bend, but will not break

by Marie-Laure Combet and Boris Marschall | March.26.2020

In a welcomed attempt to align their approaches, the antitrust enforcers of the European Competition Network (ECN)1 have published a brief joint statement on the application of competition law during the Covid-19 crisis. If one may regret that its content remains too high-level, it is an important step, which comes just shortly after the European