Infrastructure & Energy

Practice Area

Our lawyers have advised local and international clients throughout every stage of the development, construction, financing, acquisition, ownership, and operation of public infrastructure projects, and the acquisition and financing of project companies.

We have the knowledge and skills combined with a deep understanding of the local regulatory environment to be able to help our clients to navigate and deliver a range of complex infrastructure projects.

We provide a full-service legal offering across a range of infrastructure asset classes, including:

  • Transportation
  • Energy & power
  • Telecommunications

Our lawyers have acted on a range of matters involving public-private partnership (PPP) projects and we have the experience and relevant relationships in business and government to understand the interests of both parties. We help clients in the public and private sectors build partnerships that succeed.

Our full-service offering means that we are also able to complement our infrastructure and energy offering with relevant advice on tax, employment, commercial and real estate issues.

 

 

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