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Founded in New York nearly 120 years ago, Chadbourne has led countless groundbreaking deals and cases in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Latin America across a variety of industries, including energy and infrastructure, banking and finance, consumer products and emerging technologies. Our lawyers help clients navigate their most pressing legal issues and achieve their business objectives by offering a full range of legal services from our offices in New York, Washington, DC, Los Angeles and Mexico City. We have earned a distinguished reputation in legal directories and publications, including The Legal 500 United States, which states that the firm “combines excellent business acumen with targeted advice and deep insight.”

Publication Highlights

Minor Memos. There is speculation that new partnership tax audit rules in the United States may be the last straw that causes more US states to start imposing an entity-level tax...
New commercial PPAs signed in 2015 reached 3,160 megawatts, more than double the year before.  Further growth is expected in 2016. The contracts, with data centers,...
Unused tax credits that are being carried forward can be adjusted by both the taxpayer and the IRS, even after the statute of limitations has run on a tax audit, the IRS said....

Blogs

Chinese state-owned ChemChina's proposed acquisition of the Swiss seed and pesticide company Syngenta likely will attract the attention of the Committee on Foreign Investment in...
The US government subsidizes the cost of many renewable power projects through tax benefits. These tax benefits can be worth around 50% of the project’s cost. They primarily...
This post is part of an occasional series highlighting a project finance article or news item from the past. It is often interesting and thought provoking to look back on these...
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Publications

Minor Memos. There is speculation that new partnership tax audit rules in the United States may be the last straw that causes more US states to start imposing an entity-level tax...
New commercial PPAs signed in 2015 reached 3,160 megawatts, more than double the year before.  Further growth is expected in 2016. The contracts, with data centers,...
Two investment bankers, a consultant and a market analyst had a wide-ranging discussion at the Infocast power & money conference in New Orleans in January about new trends...

Events

International Law Institute
On Friday, October 16, Marc Rossell gave a seminar to approximately 30 capital markets regulators from ten different countries on the topic of “The US Equity Markets and...
Chadbourne & Parke partner Scott Naidech presented at the New York City Bar's "Private Equity Structuring: The Basics." The program served as an instructional guide to key...
North American Offshore Wind Development & Finance Summit
Benjamin Koenigsberg moderated a panel titled "Financiers' Perspectives on Financing Offshore Wind in the EU vs. in the US." This panel of financiers provided their perspectives...

Blogs

Chinese state-owned ChemChina's proposed acquisition of the Swiss seed and pesticide company Syngenta likely will attract the attention of the Committee on Foreign Investment in...
The US government subsidizes the cost of many renewable power projects through tax benefits. These tax benefits can be worth around 50% of the project’s cost. They primarily...
This post is part of an occasional series highlighting a project finance article or news item from the past. It is often interesting and thought provoking to look back on these...