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Chadbourne “combines excellent business acumen with targeted advice and deep insight.” — The Legal 500 United States

Thomas Chadbourne founded the firm in New York in 1902, and it has since then led countless groundbreaking deals and cases across the country. Within the United States, Chadbourne offers a full range of legal services, including mergers and acquisitions, project finance, corporate finance, energy, telecommunications, products liability litigation, securities litigation and regulatory enforcement, white collar defense, intellectual property, antitrust, domestic and international tax, insurance and reinsurance, environmental, real estate, bankruptcy and financial restructuring, employment law and ERISA, trusts and estates and government contract matters. 

Publication Highlights

The SEC has approved Nasdaq’s new listing rule 5250(b)(3), which requires companies listed on Nasdaq to publicly disclose certain compensation or other payments by third parties...
New Item 16 of Form 10-K The SEC recently adopted an amendment to the annual report on Form 10-K to add new Item 16, which provides that a registrant may, at its option, include...
The Internal Revenue Service said in May that developers will have four years to complete a new wind farm or other renewable energy project and qualify for federal tax credits...

Blogs

The IRS published long-awaited guidance in the Federal Register today confirming that partners cannot increase the tax bases of their partnership interests for a special...
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...
Recent IRS guidance designed to qualify more wind farms for tax credits is instead slowing down the market as developers and investors grapple with the uncertainty created by the...
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Publications

The SEC has approved Nasdaq’s new listing rule 5250(b)(3), which requires companies listed on Nasdaq to publicly disclose certain compensation or other payments by third parties...
New Item 16 of Form 10-K The SEC recently adopted an amendment to the annual report on Form 10-K to add new Item 16, which provides that a registrant may, at its option, include...
The Internal Revenue Service said in May that developers will have four years to complete a new wind farm or other renewable energy project and qualify for federal tax credits...

Events

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...
Chadbourne & Parke was a proud sponsor of the AIRROC 2014 Commutations & Networking Forum held at The Heldrich Hotel in New Brunswick, NJ. This conference attracted...

Blogs

The IRS published long-awaited guidance in the Federal Register today confirming that partners cannot increase the tax bases of their partnership interests for a special...
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...
Recent IRS guidance designed to qualify more wind farms for tax credits is instead slowing down the market as developers and investors grapple with the uncertainty created by the...