IFLR1000’s Energy and Infrastructure Guide 2014 Recognizes Bracewell for Work in Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa
Bracewell & Giuliani LLP was recognized for its efforts in energy and infrastructure in the 2014 edition of IFLR1000’s Energy and Infrastructure Guide. Bracewell earned a Tier 3 designation in each of the following three practice areas in Latin America: Energy and Infrastructure-Corporate, Energy and Infrastructure-Finance, and Energy and Infrastructure-Disputes. In Sub-Saharan Africa, Bracewell garnered a Tier 4 ranking in Energy and Infrastructure-Finance and a Tier 5 classification in Energy and Infrastructure-Corporate.
This year’s guide includes attorneys practicing in Asia Pacific; Emerging Europe, CIS and Scandinavia; Latin America; and Sub-Saharan Africa.
In addition to noting the firm, IFLR1000’s Energy and Infrastructure Guide also recognized four of the firm’s attorneys individually:
Amauri G. Costa (Washington D.C. Office): Recognized as a Leading Lawyer in Finance, M&A and Project Development in the Power sector.
Manuel Vera (Houston Office): Recognized as a Leading Lawyer in Finance and Tax in the Power sector.
Jason J. Fox (London Office): Recognized as a Leading Lawyer inFinance in the Oil & Gas and Power sectors.
Olivia Caddy (London Office): Recognized as a Rising Star in Finance in the Oil & Gas and Power sectors.
Along with firm rankings, IFLR1000 recognizes the work of outstanding individuals. Leading lawyers are individuals who have proved themselves to be among the leading figures in their respective markets. Rising stars are individuals considered by the market to be the “Leading Lawyers” of the future.