Global Philippines Projects, Infrastructure & Energy
Rankings overview for Departments
- China: Milbank LLP 4 Years Ranked
- Japan: Latham & Watkins Gaikokuho Joint Enterprise
- Singapore: Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer 2 Years Ranked
- Singapore: King & Spalding 2 Years Ranked
- Singapore: White & Case Pte. Ltd. 2 Years Ranked
- China: Pinsent Masons
- Singapore: Allen & Overy
- Singapore: Ashurst
- South Korea: Anna Chung Shearman & Sterling9 Years Ranked
- Australia: Toby Anderson
- Japan: Richard Fleming
All Departments profiles
1China: Milbank LLPProjects, Infrastructure & EnergyGlobal 2022 | Band 1 | 4 Years RankedMilbank represents prominent sponsors, international banks and projects companies in the legal aspects of development and financing across the Philippines. Sought out for advice on EPC contracts and regulatory obligations. Especially active on coal, renewable energy and LNG projects, as well as telecommunications infrastructure. Acts for both global and Philippine clients and particularly draws on expertise from its Singapore and Hong Kong offices.
- Japan: Latham & Watkins Gaikokuho Joint EnterpriseProjects, Infrastructure & EnergyGlobal 2022 | Band 1
2China: Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLPProjects, Infrastructure & EnergyGlobal 2022 | Band 2 | 8 Years RankedGibson, Dunn & Crutcher has a dedicated projects group with deep experience advising on large transport and power mandates in the Philippines. Favoured legal counsel for an impressive portfolio of clients, including key local sponsors and public sector agencies. Advises on a wide range of projects-related matters, including development, financing and construction. Also assists with the acquisition of companies in the power and infrastructure industries, as well as joint ventures and related disputes. Its Philippines group is led from the firm's Hong Kong office. 2Singapore: Shearman & SterlingProjects, Infrastructure & EnergyGlobal 2022 | Band 2 | 10 Years RankedShearman & Sterling has significant expertise in project finance in the Philippines, backed by deep familiarity with the power and infrastructure sectors. Handles a wide range issues including O&M and EPC contracting, with particular experience on major transport and infrastructure projects in the Philippines. Its clients include heavyweight investors and energy companies. Draws on its regional offices for Philippines matters, including Singapore and Seoul.
- Australia: Herbert Smith FreehillsProjects, Infrastructure & EnergyGlobal 2022 | Band 2
3Singapore: Freshfields Bruckhaus DeringerProjects, Infrastructure & EnergyGlobal 2022 | Band 3 | 2 Years RankedFreshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has a notable presence in the Philippines oil and gas sector, assisting international and domestic companies with related M&A. Its lawyers provide clients with regulatory advice in relation to the development of offshore oil and gas projects. Its Philippines practice is led out of the firm's Singapore office, with assistance from its other regional bases. 3Singapore: King & SpaldingProjects, Infrastructure & EnergyGlobal 2022 | Band 3 | 2 Years RankedKing & Spalding has a significant presence in the market, with a notably deep bench in international arbitration. Regularly acts for multinational and domestic companies on a broad range of significant commercial and investment treaty mandates, with particular expertise in the oil and gas, natural resources and construction sectors. Fields a number of Philippines-qualified lawyers and also has experience of matters involving government entities. Well placed to advise international clients on M&A within the Philippines' energy and infrastructure sectors, as well as handling LNG project development. Combines its international teams together on Philippines matters, including its Singapore office. 3Singapore: White & Case Pte. Ltd.Projects, Infrastructure & EnergyGlobal 2022 | Band 3 | 2 Years RankedWhite & Case has notable experience advising international entities on project development and financing in the Philippines, with a focus on transportation infrastructure, LNG and renewable energy legal matters. Also advises on projects-related disputes. Its Singapore team often leads Philippines-focused work, with assistance from its other bases across the Asia-Pacific region.
- China: Pinsent MasonsProjects, Infrastructure & EnergyGlobal 2022 | Band 3
- Singapore: Allen & OveryProjects, Infrastructure & EnergyGlobal 2022 | Band 3
- Singapore: AshurstProjects, Infrastructure & EnergyGlobal 2022 | Band 3