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Post-Issuance Tax Compliance

Such efforts include: (i) the distribution of tax questionnaires to 501(c)(3) borrowers and governmental issuers of tax-exempt bonds inquiring as to the scope and extent of post-issuance compliance practices and the date of adoption of written post-issuance tax policies; (ii) annual reporting requirements for 501(c)(3) borrowers of tax-exempt bonds in the form of IRS Schedule K (IRS Form 990), which requires detailed information regarding outstanding tax-exempt bonds and private business use calculations; (iii) audits of tax-exempt bonds (including physical examination of the bond financed ...

Higher Education, Exempt Organization & Governmental Financings - Tax Presentation

by Larry Sobel and Charles C. Cardall | November.07.2016

Topics covered: Qualified Equity - Allocation & Accounting Rules for Private Business Use Refunding Into Flexibility - Anticipatory Remedial Action In Connection With A Refunding Maximizing The Insubstantial - Multipurpose Elections &The $15 Million Limitation The Changing Landscape Of Private Service Contracts: Revenue Procedure 2016-44 Private Business Use - Research Contracts Private Business Use - Material Transfer Agreements Private Business Use - Incidental Use Exception & Examples & Short Term Use Exception Private ...

Assessment and Special Tax Bonds and Land Secured Financing

Our Special Tax and Assessment Financing Group focuses on infrastructure financing techniques that primarily use land-secured revenues (i.e. assessments or special taxes levied on benefited property) to pay for public improvements. The principal financing techniques used in infrastructure finance are: Special Assessment Bonds Mello-Roos/Community Facilities District (CFD) Special Tax Bonds Joint Powers Authority Financings Integrated Financing Districts Charter City Proceedings Marks-Roos Pooled Financings  Attorneys in Orrick’s Special Tax and Assessment Financing ...

Antitrust Counseling & Compliance

We have guided a diverse range of businesses, organizations and trade associations through the complexities of antitrust compliance, and helped them manage antitrust risk and avoid antitrust liability. We do so by understanding the business strategies of our clients and becoming strategic partners with them and our colleagues in related fields, such as intellectual property, regulatory matters, and mergers and acquisitions. We have extensive expertise in, and routinely provide guidance concerning, state antitrust, unfair practices and unfair competition law issues. Our antitrust and ...

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

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 ...

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, ...

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 ...

COVID-19 Creates Increased Risk of Financial Crimes and AML Exposure; FATF and FinCEN Provide Guidance

by Jeanine P. McGuinness, Matthew Moses, Daniel Nathan, Amy Walsh and Daniel Streim | May.27.2020

Earlier this month, senior officials of the global money laundering and terrorist financing watchdog, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), issued a paper identifying challenges, good practices, and policy responses to new threats and vulnerabilities to the global financial system arising from the COVID-19 crisis.
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Practice:

  • Equity Capital Markets
  • M&A and Private Equity
  • China
  • Africa

Jie (Jeffrey) Sun Partner Equity Capital Markets, M&A and Private Equity

Shanghai; Beijing

Jie (Jeffrey) Sun, a partner in Orrick’s Shanghai and Beijing offices, is a member of the Corporate Group. Jeffrey represents Chinese and international clients from multiple industries, including technology, renewable energy, life sciences, financial services and consumer/retail, in a broad range of M&A, capital markets and corporate matters.

Jeffrey has extensive experience representing both Chinese enterprises in fund raising and investing abroad and foreign investors investing in China.

He regularly represents issuers and underwriters in the U.S. and Hong Kong public securities offerings, including initial public offerings (IPOs) and Rule 144A/Regulation S offerings for PRC-based companies.

In addition, he is experienced in handling complex cross-border mergers and acquisitions, foreign direct investment, strategic alliances, joint ventures and regulatory compliance matters for numerous foreign investors and Chinese companies. He also counsels global private equity funds on their investment activity throughout Greater China and across Asia.

Some clients he has represented include Bright Food, JD.com, Trina Solar, China Sunergy, Perfect World, ReneSola, Tudou, Pactera Technologies and some international investment banks and private equity funds.

Jeffrey is consistently recognized as a leading lawyer for China M&A by prestigious legal publications such as Chambers Asia, Asia-Pacific Legal 500 and IFLR1000. Clients recognizes him as “an excellent business partner, above his legal counsel role”, who “gives practical advice not only based on legal proficiency, but really helpful for our business”.

Prior to joining Orrick, Mr. Sun worked with a major international law firm, and he was a former partner in a local law firm based in Shanghai.

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Practice:

  • Renewable Energy
  • Energy
  • Infrastructure
  • Wind Energy
  • M&A and Private Equity
  • Japan
  • Africa

Yoichi Katayama Partner Renewable Energy, Energy

Tokyo

Yoichi represents multinational developers and financial institutions in international power, telecommunications and other infrastructure projects.

Prior to joining Orrick, Yoichi served as a general counsel for Tomen Power Corporation. He was also an associate general counsel at Tomen America Inc. in New York.

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Practice:

  • Renewable Energy
  • Infrastructure
  • Energy
  • Project Finance
  • Solar Energy
  • Wind Energy
  • Real Estate
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Japan

Yuko Inui Of Counsel Renewable Energy, Infrastructure

Tokyo

Yuko is a member of the Energy and Infrastructure Group. Her practice mainly focuses on M&A, project financing, and permits and authorizations of renewable energy projects. She also handles real estate transactions, environmental conservation and fintech matters.

As of February 2020, Yuko has conducted legal due diligence for clients on 33 solar projects (total 1221MW) and 18 wind projects (total 1115MW) in Japan, including Japan’s largest solar project (235MW) and Japan’s largest wind project (121.6MW).

Yuko has been appointed as special member of the Environmental Preservation Committee of the Japan Federation of Bar Associations every year since 2006.

In 2020, Yuko was recognized as a Rising Star for Japan in Projects and Energy: International Firms and Joint Ventures category by Legal 500 Asia Pacific.