Company Overview of Jones Day
Jones Day provides legal advisory services. The firm’s practice areas include antitrust and competition law, government regulation, business restructuring and reorganization, capital markets, labor and employment, intellectual property, securities litigation, employee benefits, tax, energy, healthcare, real estate, and financial institutions litigation. Jones Day was formerly known as Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue and changed its name in 2003. The firm was founded in 1893 and is based in Washington, District of Columbia with additional offices in Atlanta, Georgia; Columbus, Ohio; Cleveland, Ohio; Dallas, Texas; Houston, Texas; Frankfurt, Germany; Munich, Germany; Central, Hong Kong; London, Uni...
51 Louisiana Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20001-2113
Founded in 1893
Key Executives for Jones Day
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Jones Day Key Developments
Nick Collins Joins Jones Day's Projects and Infrastructure Practice in London
Jun 24 15
Latham & Watkins Abu Dhabi project finance partner Nick Collins has joined Jones Day's projects and infrastructure practice in London. Collins had been at Latham for over three years in the project development and finance practice based in Abu Dhabi. Prior to that, he was a partner for two years at White & Case, where he worked in the infrastructure and asset finance group in the Middle East. His practice focuses on project development and finance, banking and finance, acquisition finance, export credit finance, Islamic finance and debt capital markets (including sukuk). According to Jones Day project and infrastructure practice head Arman Galledari, Collins' hire will strengthen the firm's ability to execute large-scale project development across a range of industries in Africa, the Middle East or the Russian Federation.
Jones Day Announces Executive Appointments
Jun 19 15
Jones Day has announced that four partners, one of counsel, and a team of associates are joining the Firm in its Mexico City Office. Luis Rubio Barnetche joins as a partner in the Government Regulation Practice, together with partners Bertha Alicia Ordaz Avilés and Octavio Lecona Morales. José Antonio Vázquez Cobo joins as a partner in the Global Disputes Practice with Matias Osvaldo Bietti as of counsel. All arrive from the Mexico City office of Greenberg Traurig LLP and bring a team of associates with them.
Luis Rubio Barnetche practices corporate law and represents domestic and international clients on complex corporate matters, M&A, divestitures, joint ventures, international contracts, and international trade proceedings with deep experience in the telecom sector. He pioneered the practice of dispute resolution in Mexico under Chapter XIX of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Mr. Rubio was part of the team that negotiated NAFTA on behalf of the Mexican government, particularly with respect to foreign investment. He also provides advice to major industrial, mobile telephone, and satellite operators in Mexico. Chambers ranks Mr. Rubio as a leading TMT and Corporate/M&A lawyer in Mexico. Bertha Alicia Ordaz Avilés' practice focuses on transactional matters in the telecommunications, media, and other regulated sectors. She provides legal advice on M&A, joint ventures, corporate and financial restructuring, as well as general antitrust matters and investigations before the Mexican Federal Competition Commission. Additionally, she has experience leading and implementing compliance programs in both anticorruption and antitrust matters.
Octavio Lecona Morales focuses his practice on telecommunications and corporate law, providing advice to domestic and multinational clients, including Mexico's mobile provider. He represents clients in M&A, joint ventures, corporate restructuring, and a wide range of general corporate and regulatory matters. José Antonio Vázquez Cobo is a commercial litigator who represents corporate and individuals in complex proceedings before local and federal courts and arbitration forums. His practice encompasses a variety of litigation areas, such as contractual disputes, civil responsibility, shareholders and managers conflicts, enforcement of negotiable documents and guarantee agreements as well as asset-recovery litigation and judicial probate proceedings. Matias Osvaldo Bietti has advised clients in numerous international proceedings before the ICSID, Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA), and International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), particularly in disputes relating to energy, infrastructure, oil and gas, water and sanitation, sovereign debt, and aviation.
Jones Day Announces Appointment of Partners at Madrid and Miami Office
Jun 8 15
Jones Day has announced that Jose Bonilla has joined the firm's corporate criminal investigations practice as a partner in Madrid. Bonilla was previously a partner at criminal law boutique Oliva & Ayala. Carlos Concepción and Ricardo Puente have joined Jones Day's global disputes practice in Miami as partners from Concepción Martinez & Puente. Concepción was previously managing partner at Concepción Martinez & Puente, while Ricardo Puente was partner.
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