Squire Patton Boggs > New York, United States > Firm Profile
Squire Patton Boggs Offices
30 ROCKEFELLER PLAZA
NEW YORK, NY 10112
Squire Patton Boggs > The Legal 500 RankingsSquire Patton Boggs Washington DC-based public policy offering excels in providing integrated and multi-disciplinary expertise from within the firm’s international backdrop. US-China/US-Europe policy matters and relationship issues are a mainstay of the team’s expertise, which regularly advises and advocates before the executive and Congress for both corporate and sovereign clients, the latter being where the team excels. Current noteworthy work includes high-stakes work within pension reform and national cannabis legislation. Matters related peace in the Middle East and US bilateral relationships are also a focus of the team. The firm’s Capital Thinking blog – a publication offering thought leadership, public policy, and regulatory insights continues to be a valuable resource for clients, and members of the practice are regular speakers in news sources and radio as experts. Edward Newberry and Robert Kapla co-lead the practice- Newberry manages the the global public policy, investigatory, and regulatory solutions practice, trusted by and representing some of the largest companies in the world. Kapla advises multinational corporations, and is trusted by Sovereign governments as counsel for foreign investment, international trade and policy, and project development. Patricia Doersch and Carolina Mederos co-chair the team and are key contacts for transport, local government and infrastructure policy issues, particularly for transportation agencies, corporations, and municipal governments. Aubrey A. Rothrock III is counsel of choice for large domestic and multinational corporations, particularly in private sector coalitions. David Schnittger has extensive expertise in the energy, transportation, entertainment, and financial services industries. Senior associate Ludmilla L. Kasulke is also notable, building a strong practice in international goods and services trade, investment flow, and global supply chain-related mandates.
Edward Newberry; Robert Kapla
Other key lawyers:
Government of US Virgin Islands
The Coca-Cola Company
Wake Forest University Health Sciences
Alliance for Biosecurity
National Cannabis Roundtable
Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD)
National Oilheat Research Alliance
United Rentals, Inc.
- Represented and advised the Government of the US Virgin Islands on relationship with the US federal government, particularly aimed at advancing economic recovery efforts following two Category V hurricanes.
- Advising National Cannabis Rountable in support of its cannabis reform efforts before the US Congress, the executive branch and across federal agencies, as well as provide legal and public policy counsel on its lobbying efforts.
Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc.
Applied Industrial Technologies, Inc.
Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.
Coats Group plc
The Procter & Gamble Company
Tunnel Hill Partners, LP
The Sherwin-Williams Company
Pine Island Capital Partners
SFW Capital Partners
East West Manufacturing, LLC
Delta Air Lines, Inc.
Ricoh Company, Ltd.
Nuverra Environmental Solutions
Universal Technical Institute
Western Alliance Bancorp
Pivotal Group, Inc.
Nuverra Environmental Solutions
- Advised in connection with the sale of State Auto Financial Corporation and State Automobile Mutual Insurance Company to Liberty Mutual Holding Company Inc.
- Advised Ashland LLC on its definitive agreement to sell its performance adhesives business to Arkema, a global leader in Specialty Materials.
- Advised Teekay on its merger agreement with Stonepeak, a leading alternative investment firm specializing in infrastructure and real assets.
Karol Denniston; Stephen Lerner; Pedro Hernandez
Other key lawyers:
Pedro Miranda; Peter Morrison; Jeff Rothleder; David Schnittger; David Stewart; Dynda Thomas; Maura McIntyre; Thomas Lloyd; Greg Saetrum
US Virgin Islands Department of Finance
- Advising the US Virgin Islands Department of Finance in connection with the refinancing of $1bn outstanding bond debt secured by federal run tax proceeds.
Other key lawyers:
Cleveland-Cliffs Steel Corporation ArcelorMittal Weirton LLC
Union Pacific Railroad Company
Northshore Mining Company, Northern Conservation, LLC, and United Taconite LLC
Truist Financial Corporation
Albemarle Corporation and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Albemarle U.S., Inc.
The Mosaic Company
- Engaged to defend steel production corporation in a putative class action involving claims for private nuisance, public nuisance and negligence for alleged odors, dust and air particulates allegedly from one of its steel manufacturing facilities.
- Lead trial counsel for Defendant in a case where Plaintiffs brought suit against 21 Manufacturing Defendants and two Facility Defendants (including our client) due to alleged contamination of their public water supply system by PFAS compounds (namely PFOA and PFOS).
- Representing one of the largest global producers of fertilizer regarding various environmental, permitting, and leasing matters at its locations in New Mexico and in the South-eastern U.S., including in connection with potash mineral leases issued by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and related land holdings.
‘Bob Kelly – Personalized attention that prioritizes my needs. Great working relationship with someone I can trust.’
Relocation Payment Clearinghouse LLC
800 MHz Transition Administrator, LLC
Intelligent Transportation Society of America
Northstar Wireless, LLC
Puerto Rico Telephone Company d/b/a Claro
Government of Puerto Rico
- Advising Relocation Payment Clearinghouse as general counsel, administering the $15bn C band realignment program mandated by the FCC.
- Advising the 800 MHz Transition Administrator on its operations, which oversaw the U.S. Federal Communication Commission’s 800 MHz Band Reconfiguration program.
- Represented Northstar in the U.S. Federal Communications Commission’s auction of AWS-3 spectrum rights.
‘A real powerhouse of a law firm. The New York team are diligent, commercial and always considerate of its clients’ needs.’
‘The Squire team stands out from other IA counsel for at least three reasons. First, they are hard working and dedicated — the client comes first. Second, the team is super intelligent and detail-oriented. Third, the Squire team is pleasant to work with.’
‘They work as a truly global team and have some outstanding lawyers. Collaboration is the key here – and team work.’
‘Stephen Anway always shows deep knowledge of the whole pattern of the case, effectively and professionally coordinating the work and team to develop the best strategies for each investment arbitration case.’
‘Miriam Harwood is my favorite lawyer of all time. She has the WOW factor and with her brilliant legal mind, when she talks, people stop and listen immediately. A perfect blend of sincerity and fierce.’
‘Ali Gursel is highly creative in finding legal solutions; he carefully reads the expert reports and prepares thoroughly for cross examination. He also is a leading light in IA matters.’
‘John Branson is a hands-on international arbitration leader. He dives deeply into the analytics of the matters and drafts very powerful and effective legal arguments.‘
‘Carlos Guzmán Plascencia is an upcoming leader in IA matters. Carlos understands the most complex quantitative and technical issues of the claims and plays an instrumental role in the success of Squire’s IA team.’
The Republic of Estonia
Republic of Croatia
The Slovak Republic
Edison SpA (Italy)
- Successfully represented Turkmenistan in an ICSID arbitration brought by a Turkish company and its main shareholder, involving $500m in claims regarding 32 construction projects in Turkmenistan.
- Secured a victory for the Slovak Republic in a €160m arbitration brought under the Polish-Slovak BIT.
- Represented Turkmenistan in an arbitration involving $2bn in claims initiated by Russian telecommunications company MTS.
Stephen D Lerner
Other key lawyers:
Karol Denniston; Norman Kinel; Jeff Rothleder; Peter Morrison; Maura McIntyre; Travis McRoberts
Purdue Pharma Examiner
Blackjewel Liquidation Trust
BJ Services, LLC
US Virgin Islands Department of Finance
Patriot Well Solutions, LLC
Hartshorne Mining Group
Board of Directors of Tuesday Morning Corporation
Delaware Trust Company, as Indenture Trustee
NetJets Sales, Inc. and related NetJets entities
Burke Porter Group
Ecopetrol Americas LLC
Desert Financial Credit Union
U.S. Bank, N.A.
Pan American Silver Corp
New General Market Partners
- Advised Ferrellgas Partners in its pre-packaged chapter 11 case and its out-of-court restructuring of its subsidiary operating partnership’s approximately $2bn in debt.
- Acted as counsel to the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in its chapter 11 cases of oilfield services firm BJ Services LLC, et al..
- Acted as the United States Trustee to serve as the examiner for Purdue Pharma and investigated whether the Sackler family, as owners of Purdue Pharma, had improperly influenced the members of the Special Committee of the Board of Directors in connection with the Special Committee’s decision to settle Purdue Pharma’s multi-billion dollar claims against the Sackler family.
Squire Patton Boggs > Firm Profile
Recognized as one of the world’s strongest integrated law firms, Squire Patton Boggs provides insight at the point where law, business and government meet.
It gives clients a voice, supports their ambitions and is committed to working alongside them to achieve successful outcomes.
A multidisciplinary team of more than 1,500 lawyers in over 40 offices spanning four continents provides unrivalled access to expertise, guidance and invaluable connections on the ground. It is a seamlessly connected service that operates on any scale – locally or globally – and encompasses virtually every matter, jurisdiction and market.
The firm’s solutions are shaped by a clear, commercially focused understanding of clients’ business goals, while its robust and open culture enables it to find the right answers quickly and effectively from a committed team of lawyers who understand the geographic, sector or issue-specific challenges. Recognizing the impact of politics and regulation on businesses across the world today, the firm has a unique mix of experienced, well-connected lobbying and political capabilities in the US, supporting not only US clients but those across Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia Pacific.
Squire Patton Boggs advises a diverse mix of clients, from long-established leading corporations to emerging businesses, startup visionaries and sovereign nations.
And it places clients at the core of everything it does.
Main areas of practice: Aerospace, defense and government services; automotive; aviation; brands and consumer products; business immigration; chemicals; communications; competition – antitrust; construction and engineering; corporate; data privacy and cybersecurity; energy and natural resources; environmental, safety and health; financial services; government investigations and white collar; healthcare; hospitality and leisure; industrial products; infrastructure; institutional investors; insurance; intellectual property and technology; international dispute resolution; international trade; labor and employment; life sciences; litigation; media and advertising; pensions; public and infrastructure finance; public policy; real estate; restructuring and insolvency; retail; sports and entertainment; tax credit finance and community development; tax strategy and benefits; transportation, shipping and logistics.
|Aerospace, Defense and Government Services||John Deschaur|
|Competition and Antitrust||Diarmuid Ryan|
|Commodities and Shipping||Jessica Kenworthy|
|Commodities and Shipping||Barry Stimpson|
|Commodities and Shipping||Chris Swart|
|Corporate||Tony J Reed|
|Corporate||Stephen E Chelberg|
|Data Privacy, Cybersecurity and Digital Assets||Alan Friel|
|Energy and Natural Resources||Lisa G Henneberry|
|Environmental, Safety and Health||Karen Winters|
|Financial Services||James J Barresi|
|Global Automotive||Cip Beredo|
|Global Infrastructure||Thomas Wilson|
|Intellectual Property and Technology||David S Elkins|
|International Disputes Resolution||Stephen Anway|
|International Dispute Resolution||George M von Mehren|
|International Trade||George N Grammas|
|International Trade||Frank R Samolis|
|Labor and Employment||Jill S Kirila|
|Labor and Employment||Alison Treliving|
|Life Sciences||Stephen Chelberg|
|Litigation||Mitchell R Berger|
|Litigation||John A Burlingame|
|Media and Consumer Brands||Carlton Daniels|
|Public and Infrastructure Finance||Robert Labes|
|Public Policy||Robert Kapla|
|Real Estate||John Thomas|
|Real Estate||Matthew Dalzell|
|Real Estate||Deborah C Ryan|
|Restructuring and Insolvency||Stephen Lerner|
|Government Investigations & White Collar||Kevin Mccart|
|Tax Strategy and Benefits||Mitch Thompson|
|Transportation, Shipping and Logistics||Rodney Slater|
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- Government > Government relations
- M&A/corporate and commercial > M&A: middle-market (sub-$500m)
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Industry focus > Environment: litigation
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