Dentons lawyers and professionals provide services in the following practice disciplines and industry sectors:
Dentons has one of the world’s leading energy practices, covering North America, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Dentons guides clients on strategy, market entry, transactions, political and regulatory issues and dispute resolution. Its clients include oil majors, independents, distributors, power generators and utilities, financial institutions, public entities and large customers, new energy and old.
The real estate practice at Dentons is the largest in the world, and advises real estate owners, investors and lenders on some of the most complex development, acquisition, disposition, debt and equity transactions undertaken in today’s market. Dentons’ Hotels and Leisure practice is consistently ranked among the best in the world.
Dentons’ lawyers represent global insurers on their most significant coverage claims, financial litigation and regulatory investigations. Dentons’ litigators are renowned for handling class actions challenging insurer business practices and disputes over the consequences of natural and man-made catastrophes, such as Hurricane Katrina and the World Trade Center.
Dentons covers every aspect of banking and capital markets transactions and regulation in the world’s leading financial centres. Dentons helps clients access and invest new sources of capital, develop and use financial products, structure financing transactions, comply with regulations, respond to investigations and resolve disputes.
Litigation & Dispute Resolution:
Dentons has one of the preeminent disputes groups in the world. Dentons’ lawyers have litigated bet-the-company matters including infrastructure arbitrations in the Middle East, investment treaty arbitrations in Africa, financial litigation in London, commercial claims in Poland and class actions and securities litigation in the US and Canada.
With a corporate practice that encompasses multibillion-dollar purchases of public companies, corporate governance and formation, venture and private equity investing, compliance and operations, and alliances and breakups in virtually every corner of the world, Dentons’ scope and reach is as broad as the universe of corporate interests.
Dentons’ lawyers identify, protect and help commercialise IP in the most highly developed markets—and in jurisdictions where IP laws and enforcement are still evolving. Dentons’ lawyers and technical/scientific advisors represent global corporations, academic and research institutions, inventors and artists, venture capital firms and others invested in patents, trademarks, copyrights and proprietary property.
Bankruptcy & Restructuring:
Dentons’ teams formulate strategies that result in the optimal solution for trustees, bondholders, investors, traders, debtors, creditors and creditor committees around the world as it pursues claims for clients through negotiation and litigation.
Practices & Sectors:
Aboriginal law (Canada); arbitration; automotive; aviation and aerospace; banking and finance; capital markets; communications; competition and antitrust; construction; corporate; corporate governance; defense and space; employment and labour; energy; environment and natural resources; financial institutions; forest products and agribusiness; franchising and distribution; gaming; government; government contracts; health care; hotels and leisure; immigration; infrastructure and PPP; insurance; intellectual property and technology; life sciences; life sciences and health care; litigation and dispute resolution; luxury, fashion and beauty; manufacturing; media, entertainment and sports; M&A; mining; Native American law and policy (United States); notary services (Germany); pensions, benefits and executive compensation; privacy and cybersecurity; private equity; professional services; project development; public international law; public law; public policy and regulation; public procurement; real estate; restructuring, insolvency and bankruptcy; retail; securities and corporate finance; tax; technology; trade, WTO and customs; transportation; trusts, estates and wealth preservation; venture technology and emerging growth companies;
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