Greenberg Traurig, LLP is an international, multi-practice law firm with approximately 2,200 attorneys serving clients in 40 offices throughout the United States, Latin America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. The firm has been recognised for its philanthropic giving, diversity and innovation, and its award-winning Latin America Practice has wide-ranging experience representing US and international clients doing business in Latin America, as well as advising Latin American clients on their business ventures in the United States.
The practice includes fully bilingual and trilingual multicultural attorneys, many of whom are comfortable running transactions in English, Spanish, and/or Portuguese. Our attorneys are also familiar with transactions governed by civil law. Our industry expertise includes the food and beverage, telecommunications, media, technology, aviation, chemicals, financial services, energy and infrastructure sectors, among others.
Mergers, acquisitions and corporate transactions: We advise US and multinational public and private clients on strategic merger and acquisition transactions, including joint ventures, asset dispositions and purchases, spin-offs, going-private transactions and related acquisition financing facilities.
Private equity and venture capital: We represent a number of venture capital and private equity firms, fund sponsors, registered investment companies and investment advisers in connection with fund creation, capital formation, portfolio management, capital raising and corporate transactions throughout Latin America.
Capital markets: We advise issuers, initial purchasers, underwriters and placement agents on IPOs, follow-on offerings and high-yield debt offerings. Our capital markets attorneys have been involved in notable public and private offerings out of Latin America. Marc Rossell, a New York-based shareholder with over 30 years of experience, leads our Latin American Capital Markets Group.
International litigation and arbitration: We represent clients in connection with disputes related to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA), asset recovery, extraterritorial applications of US laws, multi-jurisdictional conflicts of law and the enforcement of foreign judgments.
International taxation and estate planning: Our team advises on cross-border tax issues, including tax aspects related to corporate reorganisations, mergers, acquisitions, dispositions, joint ventures, repatriations, estate planning, as well as other tax mitigation strategies and structures.
Global energy and infrastructure: We counsel international infrastructure and energy clients on project development and redevelopment financings, implementations, operations and maintenance matters. We have extensive experience representing clients in public–private partnership (PPP) transactions.
Real estate: Our award-winning real estate practice represents developers, investors, financial institutions and others in the planning and development of retail, office, residential, industrial, resorts and hospitality properties. We advise our clients in a wide range of real estate development financing and corporate structures, as well as leases, restructurings and workouts.
Restructuring and bankruptcy: Our attorneys represent financially troubled corporate borrowers, including hedge funds, private equity funds, senior and mezzanine lenders in pre-packaged bankruptcies, out-of-court restructurings and in-court bankruptcy proceedings.
Global trade and investment: Our team counsels clients on trade policies, remedies, negotiations, disputes, trade agreements and antitrust matters and US embargo regulations.
White-collar defence and compliance investigations: We are one of few firms with more than 90 former federal and state prosecutors in its litigation group, and a majority of our litigation shareholders have first-hand trial experience. Our multi-disciplinary team has extensive experience designing and defending global corporations’ anti-corruption compliance programmes based on international laws and standards, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).
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