Chadbourne & Parke LLP is an international law firm with 8 of our 11 offices outside of the United States. Chadbourne is dedicated to providing practical business solutions to a diverse range of clients in virtually all areas of law. Our core practices include M&A, corporate/corporate finance, US and international tax, bankruptcy and financial restructuring, energy/renewable energy, project finance, insurance/reinsurance, intellectual property, private equity/fund formation, commercial and product liability litigation, international arbitration, securities litigation and regulatory enforcement and executive compensation and employment. In addition to the US and North America, major geographical areas of concentration include Latin America, Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, the Middle East and Africa.
Founded in 1902, Chadbourne is deeply committed to the success of our clients. We help them navigate the complexities of the global marketplace through collaborative cross-border practices. This multidisciplinary approach enables us to achieve optimal results for our clients in all areas of the world.
Dentons is the world's largest law firm with more than 7,000 lawyers and professionals across the globe. The Firm serves the local, regional and global needs of private and public clients of all sizes, including local, regional, national and global entities and governments.
Founded in 1962, Porzio, Bromberg & Newman, P.C. is a cutting-edge law firm representing a wide variety of industry sectors. With over 80 lawyers throughout offices in New York City, Washington, DC, Morristown and Princeton, NJ and Westborough, MA, the firm is committed to serving clients, providing high quality work and achieving results. Porzio provides a broad array of litigation, corporate, transactional and counseling services to clients ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to individuals to public entities.
Amy E. D’Agostino’s diverse corporate practice focuses on areas such as corporate governance, antitrust compliance, compliance with the FCPA/UK Bribery Act, compliance with the International Investment and Trade in Services Survey Act (Bureau of Economic Analysis), transactional matters, licensing transactions, securities, strategic alliances, corporate partnering, tax planning and working with high-net-worth individuals in connection with their closely held domestic and international organizations.
Amy handles corporate structuring, financing and tax planning for the entertainment industry and provides a broad range of corporate advice to media and entertainment companies.
Amy also has experience in advising tax-exempt organizations (including private foundations and trade associations), start-up ventures, due diligence matters, employment matters, intellectual property and negotiation.
Amy serves on the Firm’s recruiting committee.
Ken Nunnenkamp is a Partner in Dentons' National Security and Export Controls practice who represents and assists clients in international trade, national security and related matters before US government agencies, including the US Departments of State, Commerce, Homeland Security, Defense and Treasury, and in federal courts. His practice encompasses internal investigations and disclosures (voluntary disclosures and responding to government demands); federal court defense against government actions; compliance counseling and training; transactional due diligence (including both domestic and cross-border transactions) and statutory submissions to US government agencies.
As an industry leader, Ken lectures regularly on CFIUS, export investigations and export control and compliance issues. He is an author of numerous articles and book chapters, and serves as a resource for general and industry publications regarding export, economic, and national security issues.
Robert Schechter is a principal of Porzio, Bromberg & Newman, PC and a member of the firm’s Corporate, Commercial and Business Law Department, with a concentration in compliance and restructuring matters. His practice primarily involves the representation of parties with cross-border interests and investments, and stakeholders in both in-court and out-of-court business finance, corporate compliance and bankruptcy matters, including representation of secured and unsecured creditors, creditors' committees, debtors, landlords, tenants, and sellers and purchasers of assets. Mr. Schechter is also Vice President of Porzio Compliance Services, LLC, and in that role Mr. Schechter oversees the design and application of software tools used to maximize efficiencies in the regulatory compliance assessment and reporting process.