Norton Rose Fulbright LLP offers legal advisory and support services. The firm’s practice areas include antitrust, competition, cartel investigation, restructuring, insolvency, and merger control; asset, project, acquisition, and real estate finance; and mergers and acquisitions, buyouts, public offerings, private placements, and commercial contracts. It also provides business law services in areas including dispute resolution, boardroom disputes, labor issues, and employment and recruitment issues; intellectual property protection and entertainment and franchise law; pensions and benefit arrangements issues; data privacy, sanctions, and international trade; and taxation and estate matters. ...
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Norton Rose Fulbright Appoints Mike Munro as Head of Compliance of its Houston Office
Jan 19 16
Norton Rose Fulbright announced that Mike Munro, an experienced corporate compliance risk management and investigations lawyer, has joined the global law firm as Head of Compliance of its Houston office. Munro comes to Norton Rose Fulbright as a partner from Transocean Ltd., where he was Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer. Munro’s practice will focus on assisting clients in addressing global business risks through compliance program development, improvement and assessments, appropriate investigations and the proper management of compliance-related government relationships, settlements and ongoing reporting obligations. He has significant experience in managing complex government investigations and settlements as well as working with post-merger organizations.
Norton Rose Fulbright Promotes 14 New Partners in the US
Jan 6 16
Norton Rose Fulbright promoted 14 lawyers to partner in the United States. The new partners are: Shea Haass and Spencer Persson, commercial litigation; Jay Stiffler, energy transactions; Carter Dugan, energy and infrastructure disputes/financial institutions and insurance; Greg Moore and Ronald Smith, financial institutions and insurance; Jason Boland, financial restructuring and insolvency; Nathan Rees, intellectual property transactions and patent prosecution; Jessica Farley, mass tort and product liability; Ann La Morena Rohlin and Russell Trice, public finance; Alexander Clark and Peter Smith, tax; and Alyssa Vazquez, transportation finance. Shea Haass centers his practice on commercial litigation and international arbitration matters. Haass represents clients in a wide range of industries, including healthcare, energy, financial institutions, insurance, manufacturing, construction and telecommunications. Practicing in Norton Rose Fulbright’s Dallas office, Mr. Haass previously worked in the firm’s Dubai and Riyadh offices before returning to Texas in 2011. Spencer Persson focuses on commercial and class action litigation matters, representing clients in financial services, insurance, technology, manufacturing, and retail sectors. Based in Norton Rose Fulbright’s Los Angeles office, Mr. Persson has served as lead counsel in the defense of financial services firms and has represented corporations in actions alleging unfair business practices. Jay Stiffler concentrates his practice on oil and gas transactions and project development matters. Stiffler represents clients in the acquisition, disposition and development of oil and gas properties. Practicing out of Norton Rose Fulbright’s Houston office, Mr. Stiffler also represents developers, purchasers, sellers and other project participants in domestic and international energy projects, including within the LNG sector. Carter Dugan advises clients on a wide range of complex business litigation matters, professional liability allegations, insurance disputes and alternative dispute resolution procedures relating to those litigation matters. Dugan has particular in-depth experience in construction and construction defect litigation involving the energy industry. Greg Moore focuses his practice on dispute resolution and litigation, with a particular focus on insurance and professional services litigation. Moore has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in complex commercial litigation cases in state and federal court. Mr. Moore works in Norton Rose Fulbright’s Houston office and has represented large oilfield services companies in arbitration claims and class-action lawsuits in federal court under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Ronald Smith centers his practice on a wide range of financial services and securities litigation, regulatory, investigation and enforcement matters. Practicing in Dallas, Smith focuses on the financial services industry and has represented a diverse group of corporate clients in other industries, including real estate, energy, consumer services, technology and government. Jason Boland concentrates his practice on complex business restructuring and insolvency matters and commercial disputes. Based in Houston, Mr. Boland has a national practice and has represented debtors, lenders, litigation trustees, indenture trustees, committees and secured and unsecured creditors in both transactional and litigation-related engagements. Nathan Rees handles intellectual property matters relating to patents, including patent prosecution and licensing/transactional issues. Practicing in Dallas, Rees has experience in obtaining, enforcing and defending patents in the areas of telecommunications, electronics, computer hardware and software, biomedical devices, computer networking and a variety of mechanical arts. Jessica Farley focuses on complex litigation matters in state and federal courts arising from catastrophic events or alleging mass tort or product liability claims. Farley led a defense team representing an energy company in personal injury litigation arising from a plant explosion. Ann La Morena Rohlin centers her practice on public finance matters. Rohlin clients include community colleges, school districts, hospital districts, cities, counties and investment banking firms. Working in Norton Rose Fulbright’s Los Angeles office, Rose handles both short-term and long-term financings, certificates of participation, lease revenue bonds, and general obligation bond elections and financings. Russell Trice concentrates his practice on public finance, infrastructure and alternative energy matters. Practicing in Los Angeles, he serves as bond counsel, disclosure counsel, underwriter’s counsel, borrower’s counsel and bank counsel in connection with the issuance of many types of municipal, non-profit and private activity bonds. Alexander Clark centers his practice on executive compensation and employee benefits matters. Clark advises clients on the tax, ERISA and securities law implications of a broad range of compensation and benefit programs, including executive employment and severance agreements, equity-based compensation, nonqualified deferred compensation, pension and welfare benefit plans. Peter Smith focuses his practice on the tax aspects of public finance transactions, serving as tax counsel on a broad range of financings including tax-exempt bonds issued by large cities, counties, state agencies, universities, school districts and healthcare systems. Smith also has significant experience with exempt organizations, healthcare transactions and international tax matters. Alyssa Vazquez concentrates her practice on transportation finance, aviation, project finance, infrastructure and bankruptcy matters. Vazquez has negotiated and drafted leases (leveraged and operating) on behalf of lessors and lessees and has documented and closed domestic and international asset-based financings.