Suzanne St. Pierre, a partner with Venable, led the team that recently represented the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corp. (BNYDC) in negotiating and closing the Admirals Row development
Arnold & Porter partner Jean Kalicki was part of the team that helped Hungary score a recent victory at the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes
Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn partner Karen R. Pifer was part of the team that recently represented Pebblebrook Hotel Trust in its acquisition of The Tuscan Fisherman’s Wharf, a Best Western Plus Hotel in San Francisco.
Kaye Scholer IP partner Deborah Fishman and counsel Katie Scott were part of the team that recently secured a victory for Olympus America Inc. before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB).
Latham & Watkins partner Cathy Birkeland led the team that represented the underwriters on TransUnion’s recent initial public offering. The company went public at $22.50 per share, offering 29.5 million shares of common stock. According to TransUnion, it raised approximately $626.5 million in net proceeds from the IPO, after deducting...
Greenberg Traurig shareholder Nancy Peterman was part of the team that advised Mador Lending LLC, an affiliate of Versa Capital Management, in its acquisition of The Wet Seal Inc., now known as The Wet Seal LLC.
Rossana Chu, a partner with Troutman Sanders, advised Greenheart Group Ltd. on its recent acquisition by Newforest Ltd., in a deal worth $108 million.
Many companies are eyeing investments and expansion in Latin America. Yet economic and political issues can vary greatly across countries, according to Cathleen McLaughlin, a partner with Paul Hastings’s Latin America and Project Finance practices.
Treazure Johnson, a litigation partner at McKenna Long & Aldridge, was part of the team that helped the National Stock Exchange secure a dismissal in federal lawsuits.
Squire Patton Boggs partner Sarah Rathke was part of the litigation team that successfully defended Venture Corp. Ltd. and its U.S.-based subsidiary Venture Design Services Inc. (VDSI) against patent claims in a two-week trial in the Northern District of California.