Founded in 1931, Weil has provided legal services to the largest public companies, private equity firms and financial institutions for more than 90 years. Widely recognised by those covering the legal profession, Weil’s lawyers regularly advise clients globally on their most complex Litigation, Corporate, Restructuring, and Tax and Benefits matters.
Weil advised Brookfield Asset Management in the formation of its latest flagship global infrastructure fund, Brookfield Infrastructure Fund IV, with total commitments of $20 billion.
Weil has been a pioneer in establishing a geographic footprint that has allowed the Firm to partner with clients wherever they do business.
Weil previously advised Brookfield in its formation of Brookfield Infrastructure Fund III, a $14 billion fund, as well as its predecessor funds.
The Weil team was led by Private Funds partner Andrew Chizzik and included Private Funds counsel Jacquelyn Volpe and associates Brittany Burnham, Semhar Woldai, Yoon Jeong Lee, Caylye Nordling and Liora Schiff. The team also included Tax partner Robert Frastai; Tax counsel Alex Farr; and Tax associate Michael Rivkin.
With approximately 1,100 lawyers in offices around the world, Weil operates according to the “one firm” principle, allowing us to bring the right mix of firm-wide skill and local-market presence to deliver the coordinated legal advice necessary to help our clients achieve their sophisticated goals and objectives.
Recognised by clients, the media, and professional commentators, Weil’s lawyers are known for the clarity, timeliness, and effectiveness of their counsel, and as a result, have become their clients’ call of first resort for solutions to their most complex legal challenges.
Weil’s one-firm approach ensures that the law firm works seamlessly to handle the most complex Corporate, Litigation, Regulatory, Tax, and Restructuring challenges.