Working with leading global organizations, we are supporting efforts to deliver long-term peace, end conflicts and help states meet post-conflict international obligations.
Our pro bono work addressed some of the world's most pressing concerns.
We advised on 282 announced M&A deals with a US$339 billion+ aggregate value.
GDPR will strengthen data protection for individuals and simplify the regulatory environment by establishing a unified standard across the EU. But it poses significant challenges for companies.
Businesses and governments can take steps to get ready for possible trade policy shifts under the new US administration
With regulators, shareholders and consumers all paying closer attention to human rights records, companies can’t ignore the risks of inaction
In 2017, White & Case’s New York office moved to a state-of-the-art space reflecting our culture and values.
Not content to wait for a final Brexit plan, international companies are already exploring shifting operations out of the United Kingdom to retain European Union advantages.
Financial institutions around the world should consider whether their operations are subject to the NYDFS new cybersecurity regulations
We advised clients globally on innovative financing strategies and approaches.
The complexities and challenges associated with decommissioning North Sea offshore oil and gas assets have dampened M&A activity in the past—but change is coming.
When pursuing alternatives to prosecution, multinationals need global strategies to navigate potential enforcement actions from multiple national authorities.
Trends in class actions mean UK litigation culture may increasingly resemble that of the US.
We successfully represented clients in high-stake litigations and arbitrations
We represented clients in major projects on six continents.
In the autumn of 2017, we held a coordinated seminar series, “Making sense of a fragmenting world,” in three cities to help clients and colleagues navigate a shifting global landscape.
M&A’s strategic relevance and strong fundamentals in the US fueled dealmaking in 2017—and are likely to continue to drive activity in 2018
Economic fundamentals suggest that Chinese outbound M&A will remain strong—if China can successfully manage short-term challenges
To ride the wave of AI, financial services companies will have to navigate evolving standards, regulations and risk dynamics—particularly regarding data rights, algorithmic accountability and cybersecurity
New interpretations of the law could increase the risks of letting artificial intelligence make decisions where liability for unfair practices exists