On Wednesday, June 19, Fox Horan & Camerini, LLP (“FHC”) was privileged to host and sponsor, along with its co-sponsor Tradewind Finance, a business seminar organized by Ms. Su Jung Ko of Golden Hawk Consulting at the FHC offices in the heart of Manhattan. The featured speaker at the seminar was Bernardo Weaver, senior consultant to the World Bank and a professor at the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business. Other speakers included David Camerini and Michael Hagan, both partners at FHC who practice in the infrastructure space. Kathleen Kundar, a litigator and of counsel at FHC, discussed bringing claims in the international context. In addition, Ms. Su Jung Ko discussed the volume of pan-East Asian investment in Brazil across a number of industrial and financial sectors.
Executives and representatives of global companies participated in cutting edge presentations focused on investment opportunities in Brazil, including discussions on the appeal of investing in “brownfield” airports, renovating infrastructure and restructuring operations of outdated airports in emerging markets, and its parallels to many industries in Brazil. Mr. Bernardo Weaver of the World Bank provided a power point presentation on the numerous successes in brownfield infrastructure renovation, including a number of major Latin American airports. On other subjects, participants discussed the attractive asset valuations across Brazil due to the strong liquidity needs currently prevalent across the country. In an interactive format, participants exchanged ideas on potential deal structures with presenters and other invitees throughout the event. Substantial potential opportunities were identified for financing and development across sectors through the employment of various models, including PPP, multi-lateral financial institutions and private source capital.
Companies in attendance included:
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During the first days of April, Fox Horan & Camerini LLP commemorated the 50th anniversary of its founding. As part of the celebrations, the firm organized a fantastic tour of Grand Central Terminal including cocktails at the Campbell Apartment, a visit to the new offices located at 885 Third Avenue, and of course, the Gala at the Colony Club. During the Gala, the partners honored Donald T. Fox as one of the founders of the firm and in recognition of his outstanding career. In what has already become an anniversary tradition, many lawyers from all around the globe traveled to join us in these festivities. It was great to see them again as we marked such important milestone for our firm. We are very thankful to Gala Committee members Rafael Urquia B. and Annie B. Fiorilla for an outstanding job. We are looking forward to celebrating 50 more years!
On November 28 and 29, David Camerini, a partner at Fox Horan & Camerini LLP, spoke about startups in the U.S. at 3SPIN Summit Brazil 2018 with the assistance of his associates Santiago J.M. Saenz Valiente and Fernanda Fligelman Schattan. Mr. Camerini discussed why the conditions are excellent in the United States to start a business and what the legal issues related to startups are.
Nos dias 28 e 29 de novembro, David Camerini, sócio do Fox Horan & Camerini LLP, palestrou sobre startups nos Estados Unidos no 3SPIN Summit Brazil 2018, com o auxílio de Santiago J.M. Saenz Valiente e Fernanda Fligelman Schattan. No evento, David explicou por que os Estados Unidos têm ótimas condições para a abertura de empresas e quais as principais questões jurídicas relacionadas a criação de startup.
Ezequiel A. Camerini and Rafael A. Ginebra, assisted by Santiago Saenz Valiente, foreign law associate of the firm, advised HC Corporation Argentina, leader in the logistics industry in Argentina, in a transaction to acquire 100% of the equity of Staples Argentina S.A., Argentine subsidiary of the U.S. office supply chain Staples™.
The article focuses on the recently passed Argentine law implementing a criminal liability regime applicable to companies. The new regime is based on recommendations issued by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and on concepts employed by other jurisdictions with similar legislations. However, the Argentine law does not incorporate certain requirements that are mandatory under other foreign laws. The article describes some of these requirements and stresses the opportunity that local companies in Argentina now have to create compliance programs that eventually may be effective in several jurisdictions. (http://cedeflaw.org/pdfs/201811512147-144.pdf)