Latham’s infrastructure team advises clients across the life cycle of infrastructure assets including asset creation, acquisition and disposal, fund formation and all aspects of capital raising.
Serving the Global Infrastructure Industry
Latham’s infrastructure team serves clients on a variety of complex domestic and international infrastructure transactions in more than 70 countries worldwide. Latham’s infrastructure lawyers leverage extensive experience to advise sponsors, investors, financial institutions, developers, public and private corporations, funds and governments on a variety of domestic and international infrastructure transactions.
The team’s collective experience ensures clients receive practical and creative advice across entire asset classes, including:
- Energy and heating infrastructure
- Social infrastructure
Providing Comprehensive Insights
Latham's global cross-disciplinary team serves the full spectrum of the infrastructure ecosystem – including all aspects of infrastructure and energy financings and acquisitions – and draws on broad experience to handle domestic and cross-border M&A, joint ventures, and divestments in core and core+ infrastructure.
The team’s regulatory lawyers have detailed knowledge of all aspects of the value chain, and regularly deal with government and regulatory agencies in various jurisdictions. Latham infrastructure lawyers have established long-term relationships with global infrastructure industry clients to support clients’ business growth through individual deals and through the long-term.
Latham’s infrastructure lawyers are experienced in handling legal business issues across key areas, such as:
- Acquisitions and disposals of infrastructure assets
- Cross-border investment and structuring advice
- Dispute resolution and litigation
- Engineering, procurement and construction, including operating contracts
- Financing and refinancing
- International licensing and regulatory requirements
- Public-private partnerships (PPP/P3)
- Restructuring transactions
- Structuring and establishing infrastructure funds