Mayer Brown's Chemicals practice consists of a multidisciplinary team of lawyers with extensive industry knowledge and resources. The group comprises lawyers from across the firm’s practices. These lawyers are experienced in dealing with the issues affecting the chemicals industry globally, including transactions, environmental and regulatory matters, dispute resolution, antitrust and competition, risk management, investigations and compliance, government and global trade, intellectual property and tax.
At Mayer Brown, we have a long history of providing clients in the global chemicals sector with practical and effective legal support. Our clients range from emerging companies to some of the largest chemical companies in the world. A number of our lawyers have worked within companies in the chemicals sector either on secondment from the firm or in senior positions as in-house counsel. As a result, our Chemicals practice has firsthand knowledge of key technical, operational, strategic and commercial aspects of the sector from the perspective of its many chemicals industry clients. We also represent a significant number of regional, national and global banks, investment banks and other investors in capital markets and structured finance transactions in the chemicals industry.
Our geographic reach and on-the-ground presence in most of the world’s key business and finance centers allows us to assist our clients in structuring and coordinating cross-border transactions and other transnational legal matters. Our in-depth experience, gained by working across business areas and issues with chemical companies and networking with leading industrial organizations, provides our lawyers with insight into legal and regulatory challenges facing the industry.
Our Chemicals practice provides advice on the full range of issues, including:
- Environmental & Regulatory
- Dispute Resolution
- Antitrust & Competition
- Risk Management, Investigations & Compliance
- Government & Global Trade
- Intellectual Property