Caspi & Co. has long been at the forefront of transportation sector legal representation. From our role as legal adviser to Israel’s largest bussing company for decades to our representations of various foreign and domestic airlines, aircraft and aircraft parts manufacturers, shipping companies, automobile importers, automobile leasing companies and car rental agencies, we find ourselves highly-versed in the legal and regulatory issues that arise in this industry.
Caspi & Co. automotive industry practice touches on many aspects of the automobile and busing sectors. The firm represents domestic and international automotive manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and importers, bus line operators and financial institutions active in these areas. In the area of aviation, the firm brings a deep knowledge of the industry and its regulation to its assignments and recently represented the manufacturer in a billion dollar plus sale of advanced aircraft to the State of Israel. In sea transport, the firm represents the owner of one of the world’s largest ocean cruise operators and the owner of a leading fleet sea-going automobile transporters.
The firm’s experience in transportation covers a wide range of corporate and financial matters, including joint ventures and distributorships. Firm lawyers advise our clients not only on industry specific regulations, but also on relevant environmental, labor and intellectual property rules. Developing technologies are driving these sectors to ever more efficient and less polluting technologies, and our lawyers draw on out firm’s technology experience to work closely with clients in these opportunities. Lawyers from our various practice areas contribute to to our capabilities with our transportation clients on a variety of matters globally, including: privatizations; aircraft or vehicle sales and purchasing, financing and distribution mergers, acquisitions, investments; competition law advice; equity and debt offerings; joint ventures company alliances; technology transfer arrangements; labor negotiations and disputes; litigation and arbitration; and bankruptcy and restructuring.