Sidley Austin LLP
With a practice highly attuned to the ever-changing international legal landscape, Sidley has built a reputation for being a powerful legal adviser for global businesses. With more than 2,000 lawyers across 20 offices worldwide, Sidley maintains a commitment to providing quality legal services and to offering advice in litigation, transactional and regulatory matters spanning virtually every area of law.
Our highly regarded capital markets practice and broad transactional practice disciplines include corporate and securities, mergers and acquisitions, securitization, intellectual property, funds and other pooled investments, bankruptcy and corporate reorganization, bank and commercial lending, public finance, real estate, tax and employee benefits, as well as trusts and estates.
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Editor's note: Updated Nov. 13, 2019.
Murkiness remains for projects involving water, despite clarity from Supreme Court on the limits of EPA’s power.
M&A deals may be smaller and growth constrained, but capital discipline has positioned oil and gas companies on firmer ground to endure a downturn, experts tell Hart Energy.
Josh Sutton, a Texan who previously practiced law at Sidley Austin as an associate, worked at Aramco for six years prior to his return to the global law firm in December.
Securitizations are gaining favor in the oil and gas space because investors like the predictable cash flow of energy operations.
A webinar hosted by Stephens Inc. focused on the big energy picture as well as how post-2020 recovery looks for the industry.
New Sidley partner Trent Bridges shares his thoughts on the strategic outlook for midstream companies, pipeline contracts, M&A, renewable fuels, capital markets and regulations.
Sidley Austin’s Cliff Vrielink shares his take on how the oil and gas industry is navigating the renewables boom including investment opportunities amid the energy transition plus real world consequences of moving too quickly.
Trent Bridges’ near-decade of experience at Magellan Midstream will help grow Sidley Austin’s midstream transactional and regulatory practices, says Cliff Vrielink, global leader of the energy and infrastructure practice at the firm.
The attorney who helmed the team representing XRI in its purchase of Celtic Disposal from Hibernia offers his insight on whether more E&Ps will seek to divest their water management units.
The stagnation for new capital in the oil and gas industry is breaking; however, 2020 will continue to influence debt and equity sources in 2021.
Based in its Dallas office, Holt Foster will be a member of Sidley’s global energy and infrastructure group and a practice area team co-leader of the energy practice.
FERC will align with President Biden’s climate goals but the energy transition cannot be done “on the backs of oil and gas workers,” says Ken Irvin, co-leader of global energy practice with Sidley Austin.
Volatile times result in unprecedented opportunities for those who can see through the chaos. These industry veteran dealmakers—J.D. Smith, Mark Castiglione and Steve Herod—will discuss their insights and what potential wins they see in today’s market that others might not.
The pandemic has caused short-term delays, but Sidley partner Jessica Adkins says the long-term outlook remains strong.
The sudden price collapse, global recession and enduring pandemic set this downcycle apart from previous troubles, but the steps leading to bankruptcy filings remain the same. Oil and gas litigators explain how they are guiding their clients.