From entity formation to project and commodities finance, alternative investments to outsourcing agreements, Pillsbury’s business practices advise emerging, middle-market, institutional and multinational clients on all types of corporate, securities, finance and intellectual property transactions, particularly in the banking, energy, insurance, life sciences, retail, real estate and technology sectors.
Based on both deal value and number of transactions, American Lawyer’s 2009 Corporate Scorecard ranked Pillsbury in three categories: Bankruptcy Emergences, Investment-Grade Debt, and REIT Counsel.The 2013 Chambers Global hailed our Capital Markets: Debt &Equity, Energy: Nuclear (Regulatory & Litigation), International Trade, Outsourcing, Privacy & Data Security, Oils & Gas, and Renewables & Alternative Energy and Technology & Communications practices as among the world’s finest.
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