Corporate & Finance
CORPORATE & FINANCE
We bring our sharp training in corporate law to identify market opportunities, spot risks and drive strategic growth.
At Nixon Peabody, our 250 corporate lawyers work collectively across multiple disciplines and geographies to help clients tackle complex transactions. We see an incredibly diverse range of opportunities to shape the future for our clients—whether financing municipal and infrastructure projects, negotiating transformational mergers and acquisitions, launching public offerings, developing innovative financing structures, establishing long-term tax planning strategies or analyzing the risks and rewards of a new business strategy. No matter what industry or business model, we develop creative solutions that pave the way for future growth.
Who we work with
- Public and private companies
- Financial institutions
- Investment funds
- Boards and committees
- Government agencies
- New Identity Theft Protection Law Receiving Mixed Reviews
Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly | August 31, 2015
Providence Commercial Litigation counsel Steven Richard is quoted in this article discussing the Identity Theft Protection Act, which governs the steps businesses and other entities must take to prevent the theft of personal information like Social Security and credit card numbers.
- Are Private Institution Security Department Records Subject to Disclosure Under Public Records Acts?
Privacy & Security Law Report | August 1, 2015
This column discusses two decisions that demonstrate the competing considerations in determining whether private institutions’ campus security departments equate to public acts subject to public records laws. Mike Cooney, Chris Thomas, Steven Richard and Kacey Houston Walker authored the piece.
- In Post-Detroit Bankruptcy Era, California Protects Investors Before Pensioners
Governing Magazine | July 30, 2015
New York City Bankruptcy partner Robert Christmas provides third-party commentary about the impact of Detroit’s bankruptcy and the effect on future bankruptcy cases.