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Rémunérations

We have those lawyers. We are unique. With over 15 experts in London, New York City, Paris, San Francisco, Silicon Valley and Wheeling, we work with clients on both domestic and global compensation & benefits matters. It’s all about you. As one client told Chambers USA: "They have good foresight – not just reacting in a transactional sense, but also looking at the trends and the bigger picture and being proactive in working with you to avoid a problem before it happens. The attorneys are incredibly responsive to our needs and are always able to assist when asked." Supporting Your Strategy We ...

The Cares Act Summary

by Patricia E. Anglin, William Berry and Yvonne Nyborg | March.27.2020

Employee Benefit Provisions in The Cares Act To confront the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress passed the CORNAVIRUS AID, RELIEF, AND ECONOMIC SECURITY ACT (CARES ACT) on March 27, 2020. It expands access to retirement funds and suspends required minimum distributions from retirement plans and IRAs in 2020. Further, the CARES Act loosens a few rules applicable to health plans so that employees can access treatment and testing for COVID-19 without worrying about deductibles and cost sharing. There are also provisions that defer employer payroll taxes, provide an employee retention tax credit for ...

Immobilier

We have counseled on some of the most remarkable and challenging real estate deals for longtime clients like Westbrook Partners, Walton Street Capital, Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management, Tokyu Land Corporation, Colony Capital, Amaury Groupe, LaSalle Investment Management and Fortress Investment Group. Our team has closed more than $10.4 billion in deals in the past year alone. Our practice has a strong focus on sophisticated real estate private equity transactions and covers everything from asset acquisitions/dispositions, joint ventures and financings, to development, distressed debt ...
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Gouvernance d'entreprise

The group’s lawyers counsel boards, committees and management on legal requirements and best practices; respond with a seasoned team in the event of a corporate crisis; and litigate high-profile corporate governance and disclosure matters in Delaware and around the country. Because corporate governance matters often cut across traditional practices and geographies, we take a multidisciplinary cross-border approach when problems arise. Working with partners in the U.S., Europe and Asia, we can quickly put together a team consisting as necessary of securities litigators, transactional and tax ...

Certain Shareholder Approval Requirements Relaxed as NYSE Provides Temporary Exception Due to COVID-19

by Bill Hughes and Albert Vanderlaan | May.19.2020

The SEC declared, effective immediately as of May 14, 2020, a new NYSE rule proposal which provides a temporary exception through June 30, 2020 from the shareholder approval requirements for specified issuances of 20% or more of the outstanding shares pursuant to Section 312.03 of the NYSE Listed Company Manual.

Propriété intellectuelle

We’ve won cases involving all types of intellectual property and related claims, including patents (particularly competitor disputes), copyright, trademark, unfair competition, internet security and trade secrets. Based on these results, The American Lawyer named us one of the top IP firms in the country in its "Litigation Department of the Year" contest in 2016, and Law360 called us one of four "MVP" IP firms in 2015 based on our results over the past five years. We handle some of the biggest competitor versus competitor disputes. We’ve efficiently shut down multidefendant cases brought by ...

If trade secrets misappropriation claims can be brought by non-owners, what should companies do to manage risk?

by Caroline Simons and Tierra D. Piens | May.20.2020

Last week, we examined the recent Third Circuit decision in Advanced Fluid Systems, which held that a trade secrets plaintiff did not need to be an owner or a licensee of the alleged trade secrets to bring a state law misappropriation claim under Pennsylvania’s UTSA—all that was required was that the plaintiff had “lawful possession” of the trade secrets. In so holding, the Third Circuit added to the weight of the Fourth Circuit’s similar analysis of Maryland’s UTSA in DTM Research, L.L.C. v. AT&T Corp., 245 F.3d 327 (4th Cir. 2001).

Marchés de capitaux

From blue-chip companies to technology-driven start-ups, we guide clients through the many challenges that arise during the different stages of the life of a company and craft financing solutions to serve strategic objectives. We combine industry knowledge and deep technical expertise to help our clients navigate capital markets, structure offerings of equity and debt securities and comply with securities and regulatory requirements. We focus on providing pragmatic business solutions to our clients’ needs, and our experienced partners stay actively involved on a day-to-day basis throughout ...
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Investigations internationales et mesures d'application

With a team that includes seasoned trial lawyers, a deep bench of white collar defense lawyers with contacts across industries, two former presidentially appointed U.S. Attorneys as well as former senior officials at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ), we bring integrated solutions to the most complex and challenging situations your company may face. We regularly assist audit committees in conducting internal investigations, and defending investigations and enforcement actions by the SEC, DOJ and state attorneys general.  Our lawyers have ...
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Fusions & Acquisitions - Capital Investissement

Our global M&A and Private Equity team helps our clients answer these questions in the context of a wide range of strategic combinations and investments. Our clients include the most exciting high-growth companies and the largest global players, as well as funds and financial advisors. We bring particularly deep knowledge of the global Technology and Energy & Infrastructure sectors. We’ve worked on the largest private company sales in the tech market. And we have a growing buy-side M&A practice. To support our clients’ global growth, we have an experienced team working from the United States, ...
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Fintech

Our focus on the fintech sector is a natural product of Orrick’s strengths in technology and finance. We advise more than 2,700 high-growth clients globally and have been recognized as the Most Innovative Law Firm in North America for the 3rd year in a row by Financial Times in 2016, 2017, and 2018. Our finance and transactional capabilities are well documented. In 2019, we have assisted clients in raising nearly $19 billion in venture-backed financings and executed $42 billion in M&A transactions globally. Our finance team is known for developing first-of-a-kind structures and is among the ...
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Antitrust (Cartels)

Cartel expertise Competition authorities worldwide are dialing up their anti-cartel efforts and heightening cross-border collaboration, with synchronized "dawn raids" mounted across jurisdictions. Companies can expect more of the same going forward – perhaps much more. Critical to risk management is an aggressive response that proactively addresses compliance alerts and other indications of anti-competitive conduct. Speed and agility can also mean the difference between amnesty or leniency and catastrophic sanctions. The choice of cartel counsel is thus a crucial decision point in protecting ...
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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

Technology Companies Group

We represent innovative companies and investors at all stages 2,700 high-growth tech companies globally 20% of $1bn U.S. unicorns – including Pinterest, Stripe and SoFi, to name a few 10 of the world’s 25 biggest tech companies, including Microsoft, Oracle, Cisco and Baidu 33% of the most active early-stage VCs We see it all Nearly $19 bn in 2019 through our work on 970+ venture financings #3 law firm for VC financings globally – PitchBook, 2018 & 2019 #1 law firm in Europe for VC financings, 16 quarters in a row – PitchBook,  2019 280+ M&A buy and ...
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Programmes d'assistance sociale

We have witnessed the enactment of the preexisting condition, nondiscrimination, and the privacy rules under HIPAA, to name just a few. Additionally, employers and their plans have become subject to the Newborns' and Mothers' Health Protection Act, the Mental Health Parity Act, and the Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act. Other laws that have applied to employer welfare plans for some time, such as the continuation coverage rules of COBRA and the rules applying to cafeteria and flex plans, have undergone dramatic changes in just the last year or two. As if this were not enough, employers ...

Swaps et autres instruments de couverture

Derivative products have been developed in response to specific needs of issuers and bond purchasers.  Governing law or the issuer's objectives may not permit bonds to be issued in a form that would command the best price in the market.  Underwriters or other market participants, either in connection with the initial issuance of the bonds or in totally unrelated secondary market transactions, using custodial receipts, grantor trusts, swaps, puts or other devices, make a different instrument or instruments ("synthetic securities") out of the original bonds that they can market at an aggregate ...