Latham & Watkins LLP

Latham & Watkins is a leading global law firm serving multinationals, start-ups, investment banks, private equity funds, venture capital firms, sovereign wealth funds, governments, and other organisations from its offices across Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and the US. The firm is internationally recognised for its practices across a wide spectrum of transactional, litigation, corporate, and regulatory areas, and has received considerable market recognition for the handling of landmark matters. Latham lawyers offer legal and strategic commercial thinking to provide clients with innovative solutions to complex business and legal matters. Truly a one-firm – Latham has no headquarters, and firm management is spread throughout the world, allowing Latham to service clients with the best-suited teams regardless of location. From a global platform of more than 2,700 lawyers in 31 offices located in 14 countries; Latham lawyers speak more than 60 languages.

Latham is committed to pro bono and community service. Latham lawyers and professional staff performed approximately 245,000 hours of pro bono work in 2018 and more than 3.5 million hours since 2000, valued at approximately US$1.6 billion.

Latham is consistently ranked in the top tier by leading legal and business publications such as The American Lawyer, Financial Times, Mergermarket, Chambers and Partners, The Legal 500, and Asia Legal Business.

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The Acquisition and Leveraged Finance Review

Edition 7

The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically altered all aspects of life. The acquisition and leverage finance industry has been no exception. M&A activity has slowed down, and hence the leverage financing activity as well. Having said that, there are clearly some defensive industries that have shown resilience to the present crisis (pharma, bio sanitary, food and TMT, for instance).

The Energy Regulation and Markets Review

Edition 9

In our ninth year of writing and publishing this book the most pressing global concerns have revolved around the covid-19 pandemic. Accordingly, many of our contributing authors have emphasised concerns associated with the effects of the crisis on energy demand and consumption, and delays in the development of infrastructure. Beyond this crisis, we have seen many other significant geopolitical changes that have added uncertainties to global energy policies.

The Technology, Media and Telecommunications Review

Edition 11

This Review occupies a unique space in the literature on TMT issues. Rather than serving a traditional legal treatise, this publication aims to provide a practical, business-focused survey of law and policy in this arena, along with insights into how this legal and policy landscape continues to evolve from year to year. In the dynamic and ever-changing TMT sector, such perspective is vitally important. And the scope of this Review is global, now covering 20 jurisdictions.

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