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Banking & Finance

Both lenders and borrowers have turned to us for over 100 years for counsel on a wide array of loan transactions, from acquisition finance to recapitalizations, work-out financings to asset based lending facilities, municipal lending to project finance, and all manner of other lending arrangements. Our large international group of Banking & Finance lawyers works as a cohesive team across North America, Europe and Asia to deliver flawless execution on the most demanding loan transactions. Whether they’re bulge bracket investment banks, new alternative lenders, large corporate borrowers or ...

European Parliament Will Consider Money Market Fund Regulation in April 2017 Plenary Session

by Luke Steele | 03.21.17

  The European Parliament has announced that it will consider the MMF regulation during its upcoming plenary session, currently scheduled to be held April 3-6, 2017. The MMF regulation is intended to introduce new framework requirements to more effectively regulate money market funds, as well as increase their stability and general liquidity. In particular, the regulation

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.

Orrick’s Marc Levinson Compares Chapter 9 to Chapter 11 for the Federal Judicial Center Website

01.06.17

 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 ...

Benefit Plan Investments

Employee benefit plan assets constitute the largest pool of investment capital in the United States and worldwide. The financial future of millions is governed by complex legal restrictions designed to protect their interests. Though complex, the restrictions need not prevent benefit plans from being full-fledged participants in the world's financial markets. Seasoned legal advice is essential to successfully navigating these potentially dangerous waters. We have long advised the largest manager of benefit plan assets on ERISA fiduciary issues. We serve as outside fiduciary counsel to several ...