Timothy (Tim) Alvino serves as lead counsel for US and non-US clients in connection with domestic and cross-border mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and joint ventures. He also provides advice with respect to other corporate matters, including capital markets activities and corporate governance.
Tim represents clients in a wide range of industry sectors, including avionics, energy, manufacturing, media, retail, staffing and software. He counsels strategic and financial parties involved in public and private transactions. Tim has extensive experience in the energy sector and provides broad-ranging corporate support in relation to energy-industry transactions.
At McDermott, Tim has served as a member of the Firm’s Executive Committee and Management Committee and as chair of the Firm’s Corporate Department. While at Columbia Law School, Tim served as the executive editor of The Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems.
Representation of the Irving Oil group of companies in connection with the joint venture arrangements between Irving Oil and affiliates of TransCanada Corporation with respect to the construction, ownership and operation of the Canaport Energy East marine terminal to be located at Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada as part of the Energy East Pipeline
Representation of Erickson Air-Crane Incorporated with respect to the sale of the company
Representation of the Irving Oil group of companies in connection with the joint venture arrangements between Irving Oil and affiliates of Repsol S.A. with respect to the construction, ownership and operation of the Canaport LNG receipt, storage and regasification facility located in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada
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