We understand that our clients face ever-greater challenges and opportunities as the global economy evolves. Our goal is to offer you the best possible representation to help you achieve the best outcomes for your business.
We research economic trends and new legislation to develop solutions that give you the advantage as you pursue your business objectives. We see ourselves as your partner, leveraging our practice capabilities and our collective experience to offer you high-quality, insightful and timely advice that responds directly to your needs, wherever you do business.
We advise on all aspects of financing across a broad range of sectors. Our lawyers offer market-leading insight into specialist areas of finance. We have dedicated teams working in each major jurisdiction. Our extensive network allows our clients to tap into the deep resources of our global organisation, taking advantage of our lawyers’ understanding of the particular legal risks and business opportunities that prevail in all major world markets.
We have extensive experience acting for a full range of clients, including banks and arrangers, lenders, lead managers, venture capitalists, corporations, issuers, real-estate trusts, funds, project developers, monoline insurers, trading houses, utilities, vendors, government entities, major airlines, ship owners, lessors, train operating companies and manufacturers, on an extensive range of cross-border and national deals.
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DLA Piper has released the April 2014 issue of its Law à la Mode publication.
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A new breed of lawyer is smoothing the path for companies entering emerging or unstable jurisdictions
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