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Ronald K. Henry (03/07/14)
Ronald Henry leads the Government Contracts and Export Compliance practice groups and focuses his practice in the area of prevention and early detection of problems in the formation and performance of government contracts. In matters where litigation involving a contract formation dispute cannot be avoided, Mr. Henry brings extensive, successful experience in representing incumbents, challengers, awardees, and disappointed bidders in "bid protest" type litigations.
Brandt Pasco (03/07/14)
Brandt Pasco focuses his practice on government regulation related to national security, including export controls, foreign acquisitions of US businesses and the National Industrial Security Program.
Farhad Jalinous (03/07/14)
Farhad Jalinous is a Partner and Chair of the firm’s National Security, Government Contracts and Regulatory Compliance Department and the National Security/CFIUS Practice Group. His experience includes negotiating some of the most complex and sensitive national security agreements approved by the U.S. government. Farhad has represented top Fortune 500 companies in their investments in U.S. companies involving national security issues. He represents foreign clients and their domestic affiliates in connection with the regulatory aspects of investing in the United States.
Dr. Sebastian Jungermann (03/07/14)
Dr. Sebastian Jungermann is a partner in Kaye Scholer’s Frankfurt office and heads the German Competition and Antitrust Practice. Sebastian advises clients regarding German and European competition and antitrust laws, including German, EU and multi-jurisdictional merger control proceedings, cartel proceedings, abuse-of-dominance proceedings, litigation, compliance programs, as well as internal audits and contractual advice. Sebastian represents his clients before courts, the German Federal Cartel Office, the European Commission as well as the US Department of Justice. Sebastian further advises in the fields of corporate law, IP, data protection, outsourcing and other technology-related areas. In addition, Sebastian is involved in international litigation, including pre-trial discovery proceedings in support of US litigation.
James D. Herschlein (03/04/14)
James D. Herschlein serves as Co-Chair of the Complex Commercial Litigation Department and recently completed two terms as a member of the firm’s Executive Committee. He has represented some of the world’s largest companies in numerous trials, arbitrations, mediations and appeals throughout the United States, focusing on complex contractual disputes and product liability litigation. Jim’s trial experience also includes cases involving securities, derivatives, intellectual property, real estate and bankruptcy claims.
Eric P. Marcus (03/03/14)
Eric Marcus is a Partner in the Finance Department of Kaye Scholer’s New York office and a member of the Structured Finance Practice. Eric represents US and international banks, finance companies and other financial institutions in both structured finance transactions and a wide variety of commercial lending transactions, including trade finance and vendor finance programs. In the structured finance area, Eric has set up multi-seller and single-seller asset-backed commercial paper programs, and has experience with many different types of receivables purchase transactions, including trade receivables, auto and equipment loans and leases, dealer floorplan contracts, credit card receivables, franchise loans, commercial loans, and healthcare receivables. He also regularly represents liquidity and credit enhancement providers in securitization transactions. In the commercial finance area, Eric handles asset-based loans, acquisition and leveraged buyout loans, letter of credit facilities, and participation arrangements, and is active in structuring, documenting and negotiating new financing arrangements, as well as negotiating the out-of-court restructuring of problem loans. On the borrowing side, Eric represents companies in the negotiation of their financing arrangements with banks and other lenders.
Diane Holt Frankle (02/28/14)
Diane Frankle represents publicly traded and privately held companies engaged in a wide variety of US and cross-border mergers, acquisitions, change of control transactions, related party transactions, strategic alliances and joint ventures. She regularly advises boards of directors and board committees on fiduciary duties, corporate governance and disclosure issues, crisis management and internal investigations. Diane also represents public companies and management on executive compensation issues. In addition, she represents companies in public and private offerings of equity.
Amy J. Conway-Hatcher (02/28/14)
Amy Conway-Hatcher is a Partner in Kaye Scholer’s Complex Commercial Litigation Department, and is head of the White Collar Litigation and Internal Investigations Practice in Washington, DC. Amy’s practice focuses on corporate internal investigations, corporate compliance and defending corporate and individual clients in criminal and civil enforcement matters. She has appeared before the Department of Justice, US Attorneys’ Offices, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the US Commerce Department, the Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), the New York Attorney General’s Office, as well as other federal and state regulators.