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
- The U.S. Leveraged Loan Market: A Cautious Outlook for 2015
Bloomberg BNA's Banking Report | January 6, 2015
Behind this story: In November we invited the firm to Sense Ahead about legal issues that could impact clients’ businesses in 2015. Ten teams created content and we're pitching their predictions to the media. Alex Margolis, with assistance from Alex Yim, wrote an article about the U.S. leveraged loan market outlook for 2015 featured in the BNA Banking Report.
- 5 Takeaways from Latest OFAC Guidance on Russia Sanctions
Law360 | December 22, 2014
In this column, Washington, DC, M&A and Corporate Transactions counsel Alexandra Lopez-Casero discusses the Office of Foreign Assets Controls’ new FAQs addressing U.S. companies’ challenges in connection with the Sectoral Sanctions Identifications List from the U.S. sanctions against Russian business interests.
- Retailers Must Not Ignore Security Alerts, Court Says
CSO | December 15, 2014
San Francisco Commercial Litigation partner Karl Belgum is quoted in this article on the implications of a Minnesota federal court's decision regarding Target’s data breach litigation indicating expansive retailer liability for stolen credit card data.