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Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP

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Chairman: William M Hartnett
Co-Administrative Partners: Brian T Markley and Luis R Penalver
Number of partners: 70
Number of other lawyers: 258

Firm Overview:

With a history of legal innovation dating back to the firm’s founding in 1919, Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP has built a national reputation for excellence and is trusted by market-leading financial institutions, companies and their boards to manage significant litigation, regulatory matters and transactions. The firm is based in New York with offices in London and Washington DC.

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Cahill represents a broad range of financial institutions and other companies in all types of transactional and advisory work. Widely recognized as the leading law firm in leveraged finance, Cahill routinely represents lenders/ underwriters, borrowers/issuers and private equity invesors in loan financings and debt and equity securities offerings. In addition to the firm’s industry-leading capital markets and lending practice, its mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and restructuring practices, supported by specialists in antitrust, communications, executive compensation, environmental, intellectual property, real estate and tax, deliver solutions focused advice and deal execution.

Cahill has market-leading international litigation and appellate practices. The firm’ represents privately-held and public corporations, financial institutions, partnerships, committees, directors and officers and other individuals in significant commercial litigation. The firm handles matters in highly specialized areas including appeals; securities laws; antitrust and trade regulation; insurance and reinsurance; First Amendment and other constitutional law challenges; copyright, trademark and trade secret disputes; communications; bankruptcy litigation; structured finance; anti-corruption law including AML, FCPA and OFAC; as well as complex commercial disputes involving claims of accounting and legal malpractice, fraud, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and other business disputes.

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