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    Jones Day forms Projects & Infrastructure practice

    Jones Day

    The global law firm Jones Day has formed a Project & Infrastructure Practice to better serve clients involved in the development, acquisition, and financing of infrastructure assets. The practice is led by Arman Galledari, a partner based in London.

    "For more than 20 years, we've had a group of senior lawyers in diverse practice areas around the world focused on the development, acquisition, and financing of infrastructure assets," said Galledari. "With conditions improving in the emerging markets and elsewhere around the world, and with the movement from financier-dominated projects to a more multidisciplinary approach, we thought it was time to formalize and raise the profile of our extensive assets and experience in this area. Our integrated approach to serving clients as one firm worldwide enables us to provide creative and innovative solutions to extract additional value from each transaction and overcome the challenges inherent in financing large projects."


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