The steel, aluminium and other metals industries are vital to the global economy, providing a range of essential materials for construction, manufacturing, and transportation. However, these industries also face a complex web of legal and regulatory challenges. From corporate law, to regulatory issues, to joint ventures and international trade barriers and requirements, navigating the legal landscape of these industries can be a daunting task.
At our firm, we specialize in providing legal services to companies operating in these industries. Our services include:
- Corporate law: We advise clients on all aspects of corporate law, from formation and structuring to mergers and acquisitions. - Regulatory issues: We help clients navigate the complex regulatory environment that governs the steel, aluminium and other metals industries, including environmental, health and safety, and trade regulations. - Joint ventures: We advise clients on the legal and commercial aspects of forming and operating joint ventures, including the negotiation and drafting of joint venture agreements. - WTO/international trade law: We have extensive experience in advising clients on all aspects of WTO law and regional trade agreements. - Trade remedies: We help clients navigate the complex rules and procedures that govern trade remedies, such as antidumping and countervailing duty investigations. - Investor-state arbitration: We represent clients in disputes with foreign governments arising out of investment in the steel, aluminium and other metals industries.
Our team of highly skilled and experienced lawyers has a deep understanding of the steel, aluminium and other metals industries, and we work closely with our clients to understand their unique needs and goals. We are committed to providing practical and strategic solutions that help our clients achieve their objectives. Whether you are a steel producer, aluminium smelter or other metals manufacturer, we have the expertise to help you succeed in this competitive and dynamic industry.CONTACTS