Sullivan's international practice spans the globe from Azerbaijan to Zimbabwe. Our lawyers work with multi-national companies, international financial institutions, developers, operating companies and investors on cross-border transactions. Our experience includes energy, infrastructure & project finance, M&A and banking, tax, international dispute resolution and international litigation.

ZAG/Sullivan, our joint venture with one of Israel’s top law firms, advises Israeli companies and U.S. companies with Israeli interests.

Representative Client Work

  • Representation of the London Office of a U.S. bank in a series of loan transactions guaranteed by export credit agencies
  • Representation of a Central European Country in the proposed privatization of an airport
  • Representation of a developer in the project financing of a gas to liquid plant in Trinidad and Tobago, the first in the Western Hemisphere
  • Representation of utility in a geo-thermal project in Iceland
  • Representation of Dutch utilities in connection with sale/leasebacks of generation plants and electric transmission and gas transportation networks
  • Financing for a Russian-based carbon marketing and trading hedge fund designed to acquire, originate and trade carbon credits in the European Union-Emissions Trading Scheme
  • Representation of a multi-national financial institution in development of generation facilities in Indonesia, Pakistan and Zimbabwe
  • Representation of private equity funds investing in hydro and other generation facilities in Jamaica, Honduras, Colombia, Peru, Brazil and Mexico
  • Representation of a Nordic region technology development firm/design house
  • Representation of a European technology/outsourcing company in the establishment of U.S. subsidiaries and acquisitions and sales of specialty software companies
  • Representation of major European bank in the Madoff litigation
  • Representation of European banks in London in asset securitization transactions
  • Successful prosecution in the International Centre for Resolution of Investment Disputes, sitting in Paris, of an institutional expropriation arbitration against a former Soviet republic
  • Initiated and handled a self-administered (ad hoc) arbitration proceeding conducted in the U.K. under the UNCITRAL

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