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
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We work hand in hand with the 60 lawyers in our firm's renowned Employment Law & Litigation practice, which was named the 2015 and 2016 "Litigation Department of the Year: Labor & Employment" by California’s The Recorder, and which recently scored a huge win at trial for the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers in a gender discrimination suit that had the entire country talking about gender in the workplace.
Drawing on the subject matter expertise of our employment lawyers, our appellate group brings to bear a comprehensive, sophisticated understanding of the issues that ...
Our lawyers leverage their knowledge of regulatory matters affecting participants in the global financial markets when advising a wide variety of clients, including financial institutions, finance companies, funds and investors, as well as leading industry associations.
Orrick has significant experience in helping clients conduct their businesses and design their financial products to comply with the broad spectrum of governmental regulations that might affect them, including securities law matters, rules governing permissible bank transactions, ERISA and tax.
As a result of our extensive ...
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