Day Pitney attorneys across offices and practices provide our clients advice and assistance in navigating the myriad regulations, statutes and legal issues confronting manufacturing and transportation businesses. Our lawyers represent manufacturers ranging from Fortune 100 to middle market companies in a variety of industries including packaging, software, medical devices, construction materials, food, pharmaceuticals, retail goods, chemical engineering, telecom products, technology, filtration, fuel systems, automotive, and aerospace.
We also have extensive experience advising transportation companies regarding acquisitions; labor matters, including collective bargaining, rights and interest arbitration, and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and other administrative proceedings; the financing and leasing of transportation assets, including aircraft engines, maritime vessels, shipping containers and other equipment; compliance risk assessments, including compliance with United States and International modal transportation regulations; the issuance of letters of credit securing industrial development bonds and mortgage loan financings; and representing government entities on bond offerings to support transportation infrastructure.
Our work for manufacturing and transportation clients has included advice, counseling and representation involving:
Our Infrastructure Practice group has been a forward-looking participant in the innovation of the industry, advising developers, contractors, lenders and other investors on matters relating to the development and commercial operation of energy, water, hospital and educational projects. Our attorneys have substantial regulatory, transactional and permitting experience and can provide our clients with all the legal services needed to develop, operate and finance a project. We also have significant experience with restructuring difficult infrastructure projects and restoring them to a path for successful operation.