LOCATION: WASHINGTON, D.C.
The Curtis Washington, D.C. office, established in 1963, represents public and private companies, governments and individuals in a wide range of matters before federal government agencies, and in corporate transactions, investigations and disputes domestically and abroad. We offer our clients deep experience in the core practice areas of antitrust and competition law, employment law, securities law enforcement proceedings and white-collar criminal defense, energy and infrastructure project development and finance, corporation law, international arbitration, international trade, customs law and export controls. Similar to the firm as a whole, our Washington office counsels clients on complex U.S. and cross-border corporate, trade and financing transactions and the domestic and international laws and regulations that govern these transactions.
Our Energy and Infrastructure Development practices include advice on regulatory matters, project development, project finance, and mergers and acquisitions transactions involving oil and gas, electric power, transportation, telecommunications and water projects, among others. Our firm's Washington-based litigators have broad civil and criminal litigation experience representing both U.S. and foreign clients in government investigations, in litigated matters before state and federal courts and regulatory authorities, and in domestic and international arbitration proceedings. Coordinated from Washington, the Curtis Antitrust/Competition Law attorneys are involved in numerous U.S. and international mergers, acquisitions and spinoffs; compliance with U.S. and foreign antitrust/competition laws, including merger control; and have represented a wide range of parties in criminal and civil investigations and litigation brought by the U.S. and foreign governments, as well as private antitrust lawsuits. Our Washington office attorneys also counsel clients concerning international sales and trade issues, sanctions and export controls, customs and matters related to unfair trade practices, market access, transfer pricing, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) compliance, and the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).
The Washington, D.C. office is a part of Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP, a New York limited liability partnership.