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Paksoy

Paksoy

Web Site:

http://www.paksoy.av.tr
About Contributors

Paksoy is an independent full-service law firm in Istanbul, Turkey focused on helping clients in a wide range of legal areas: cross-border investments, international business transactions, investigations, compliance and disputes. Established in 1997, Paksoy stands today as one of the strongest local legal brands in Turkey, focusing on numerous practice groups and sectors.

 

Areas of practice

 

Antitrust and competition: Paksoy advises on antitrust clearance for M&As before the Turkish Competition Authority and provides assistance in antitrust investigations and counselling with respect to commercial agreements.

Banking and finance: Paksoy has considerable experience in banking and finance work advising international and domestic investment and commercial banks, ECAs, borrowers and sponsors in leveraged and acquisition finance, asset finance and structured finance.

Capital markets: Paksoy advises financial institutions, investment banks, underwriters, managers and issuers in domestic and international markets on equity, debt and equity-linked transactions.

Compliance and investigations: Paksoy advises clients on anti-bribery and corruption reviews and investigations by public bodies and conducts compliance checks in connection with FCPA and UK Bribery Act.

Corporate and commercial: Paksoy advises listed and privately held entities on general corporate and contracts law, IT, licensing, marketing and distribution/agency agreements and corporate governance issues.

Data protection: Paksoy advises clients on data protection matters in the context of the new legal regime by drafting privacy policies, revising standard contracts, assessing preparedness for the implementation of new legal constraints and bringing existing databases into compliance.

Energy and natural resources: Paksoy advises leading global and domestic clients on major projects in Turkey in connection with concession and licence-based energy and natural resources deals.

Infrastructure, PPP and construction: Paksoy has significant experience in PPPs, representing clients in major public assets and infrastructures, advises contractors and owners in projects involving construction, operation and maintenance of complex structures, plants, infrastructure systems, shopping malls and mine operation sites.

Islamic finance: Paksoy has been at the forefront of Islamic product development in Turkey and advises the sovereign, conventional and Islamic financial institutions, investors, and corporate borrowers on all aspects of Islamic finance.

Labour and employment: Paksoy provides clients with advice on all aspects of individual and collective labour law, including localisation and drafting employment agreements and bylaws, as well as termination-related documentation and outsourcing agreements.

Litigation and dispute resolution: Paksoy acts for clients in litigation and arbitration work covering areas of contract, tort, fraud, shareholder disputes, procurement matters, product liability, employment, competition, bankruptcy and insolvency.

M&A: Paksoy provides advice to global clients on cross-border transactions and domestic investments in a wide range of sectors, represents investors from strategic to private equity houses and provides sell-side advisory services.

Project finance: Paksoy advises the lenders, sponsors, project companies, contractors and operators in various types of projects including power, oil and gas, mining, infrastructure, healthcare and shopping mall projects.

Real estate: Paksoy handles a wide variety of real estate development projects including joint venture and revenue sharing systems, sale and purchase of property, long-term leasehold contracts, construction loans and leases of residential and commercial properties.

Tax and fiscal services: Paksoy provides clients advice on all types of taxation events, on corporate, income tax, VAT and stamp duty as well as transfer pricing, expatriate taxation and international tax structurings.

 

Languages

English

French

German

Turkish

 

Number of lawyers

55+