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Continuing Disclosure

This Continuing Disclosure Agreement not only obligates the issuer (or obligated person) to provide annual reports and current material event disclosures, but also exposes the issuer (or obligated person) to potential liability for securities fraud under S.E.C. Rule 10b-5 if those disclosures contain material misstatements or omit any information, whether or not required by the Continuing Disclosure Agreement, necessary to make the information contained in such disclosures not misleading in any material respect. Orrick has established procedures and practices to help issuers and other ...

Strategic Counseling

eDiscovery Counseling Among other things, we help clients prepare for litigation by developing protocols to understand, manage, preserve and quickly isolate information — both in the United States and internationally. If left unmanaged, eDiscovery can quickly consume a significant slice of the litigation budget. In the worst case, such costs can dictate litigation strategy. Orrick focuses on developing and implementing eDiscovery proportional to the value of the case. Our eDiscovery lawyers advocate at meet-and-confers and negotiate discovery plans to reduce cost and scope.  We have a record ...

Financial & Structured Products

We advise clients on the structure and bankruptcy implications of proposed transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, collateralized debt obligations, trade receivables, project and structured financings, mortgage loans and other transactional work. We have participated in a larger number of derivative product transactions than any other firm and are uniquely positioned to assist clients with swap workouts, repurchase agreements and other derivative products in or out of bankruptcy proceedings. Since 1990, we have served as principal counsel in more than 450 secondary market ...

Reforms Needed to Revive Italian Project Finance

by Raul Ricozzi and Francesca Isgro | June.25.2014

The recent placement of project bonds to finance Belgium’s A11 motorway made Italian lawyers wonder when it will be possible to structure a similar transaction under Italy's national project bond laws. The asset class was introduced in Italy two years ago, with the aim of financing infrastructures and public interest services through bond markets rather relying solely on bank lending.

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Public Finance Renewable Energy

In conventional energy, our experience includes working with IOUs, municipal utilities, electric cooperatives and several Indian tribes. We also work with these entities and a variety of public and private developers on alternative and renewable energy projects. In many cases, we bring together our power purchase agreement-based energy practice with our emerging company equity financing practice focusing on clean energy to apply public finance tax-exempt debt financing to specific projects and programs.

Financial Problems of Municipalities

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 ...

Asset Recovery for Corporate Crime Victims

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

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 ...

Bankruptcy Litigation

We represent debtors, creditors, committees, fiduciaries and lender groups in a range of disputes—from complex litigation, asbestos and energy cases to creditors’ rights and claims, avoidance actions and confirmation and valuation issues. We develop cost-effective strategies to meet the specific needs of each case and employ a full range of options, including negotiation, mediation and litigation to achieve the best results for our clients.

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: ...

Industrial Development, Pollution Control and Solid Waste Financing

Reflecting restrictions imposed by the Tax Reform Act of 1986, our more recent financings have focused on solid waste disposal and resource recovery projects. At the same time, we have continued our leadership in “small-issue” industrial development bond financings in California. We also have extensive experience under the old air and water pollution control rules, as well as financings for “two-county” utility projects and other exempt facilities. Members of this group, while serving as bond counsel for the majority of projects, have diverse experience in representing all parties to private ...

Lease Revenue and Certificates of Participation

Since 1985, Orrick served as bond, underwriter's or special counsel in nearly 1,300 lease transactions totaling more than $65 billion. Orrick was counsel to the underwriters in connection with one of the largest multiple lease financings, the $760.8 million bankruptcy recovery financing for Orange County. These lease revenue bonds or certificates of participation have been used to finance such projects and programs as: office buildings, public administration buildings, courthouses, police and fire stations, civic center complexes, museums and convention centers elementary and high ...