Month: October 2020

SURVEY: IBOR Transition Readiness

Mayer Brown LLP proudly announces the launch of our latest IBOR transition resource: an IBOR Transition Readiness Survey (“The Survey”), jointly developed and presented by Mayer Brown and Morae to help organizations address the complex and imminent issue of IBOR transition.

Litigation and Arbitration

A key-note strength of the firm world-wide. Delivering innovative litigation strategies, loss mitigation, and arbitration. The firm has received a plethora accolades for its stand-out ability to handle complex multi-jurisdictional cases on behalf of some of the worlds largest corporations.


Businesses operating internationally regularly face complex and evolving legal and regulatory frameworks that affect where their goods and services are delivered

Post-Election Analysis: The Future of US Policy and Implications for Businesses and the Economy

The US federal election could have sweeping regulatory and legislative impacts across virtually every major sector of the economy. To help understand how government policy might change over the next four years and what that means for domestic and global businesses, we invite you to join the first of our post-election programs.

Risk & Crisis Management

Our global Risk Management practice is unrivalled in its global reach, strength and depth across all major areas of regulatory and corporate risk, and in its experience in handling the most complex regulatory investigations and litigation.

IBOR Transition

The transition from LIBOR to alternative benchmark interest reference rates is shaping up to be one of the most fundamental changes to the financial services industry in recent times. LIBOR is used in more than $300 trillion of mortgages, commercial loans, bonds and derivatives.


Mayer Brown’s Restructuring practice has lawyers operating in jurisdictions across the Americas, Asia and Europe – Listen to our global restructuring perspectives.