Public Private Partnerships With Latin America

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In today’s challenging economic climate, public-private partnerships (P3) are needed to complete a diverse range of complex infrastructure improvement and development projects. We currently represent clients in P3 infrastructure projects throughout the United States and abroad. We can help you address the many different forms of risk- and revenue-sharing arrangements between public and private sector entities, including joint ventures, participating or profit-sharing leases, and other concessions that may arise in P3 and infrastructure development projects. Our attorneys also can advise you on start-ups and expansions of service, settlement of disputes, government procurement, and negotiation of contracts and leases. We have represented both the public and private sides of P3s, including investors, developers, public agencies, governmental entities, joint power authorities, bond underwriters, bond insurers, lenders, and utility providers and operators.

Using a multidisciplinary and industry-based approach, we combine teams of attorneys with significant experience in real estate, public finance, securities, environmental, public affairs, energy regulation, intellectual property, and taxation matters to assist you on your P3 projects. Our experience includes work across a wide range of industries, including energy, transportation, housing, and ports.