Brittany Curcuru is an associate in the New York office and focuses on environmental law. Brittany advises a broad range of clients, including public and private companies, developers, private equity firms, global organizations, and governments, on environmental matters in complex corporate transactions, projects, regulatory compliance, and climate change issues.
Prior to joining White & Case, Brittany worked as an environmental legal analyst for a major energy project financing business.
I Squared Capital Advisors and its portfolio company American Intermodal Management in a joint venture with Castle & Cooke Investments and its portfolio company Flexi-Van Leasing, whereby AIM will be combined with Flexi-Van, the third largest marine chassis provider in the US.
Harvest Partners in its sale of TruckPro Holding Corporation, one of the nation's largest independent distributors of heavy-duty truck and trailer parts, to an affiliate of Platinum Equity.
Motiva Enterprises in connection with its acquisition of Flint Hills Resources' chemical plant in Port Arthur, Texas.
Lantheus Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: LNTH) in the US$500 million acquisition of Progenics Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: PGNX).
Antin Infrastructure Partners in the US$1.25 billion acquisition of Veolia Group's district energy assets in the United States, which is comprised of steam, hot and chilled water and electricity production plants, including cogeneration plants, and 13 networks in 10 US cities.
A consortium composed of Brookfield Infrastructure, its institutional partners and GIC, Singapore's sovereign wealth fund, on the US$8.4 billion acquisition of Genesee & Wyoming Inc. (NYSE:GWR), a freight railroad owner and operator based in the United States.
Riverstone Holdings LLC in a credit bid for substantially all of the assets of Fairway Energy Partners, LLC and its affiliates, a Houston-based midstream oil storage business, in a Section 363 bankruptcy sale.
Calpine Corporation in its sale of two gas-fired power plants, Garrison Energy Center, a 325 MW combined cycle plant located in Delaware, and RockGen Energy Center, a 503 MW peaker located in Wisconsin.