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Case Studies

With more than 1,200 attorneys and professionals practicing in 200 areas of law, Holland & Knight can provide you with comprehensive legal representation. Following are select case studies that highlight recent work performed by our client teams:
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The Holland & Knight Public Policy & Regulation Group helped lead bipartisan and industry efforts to reform how chemicals are regulated in the United States. Signed into law on June 22, 2016, the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act is the first major environmental reauthorization in two decades and the first update of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) since it was enacted in 1976.
Holland & Knight helped the Dominican Republic and its agency, Instituto Nacional de Recursos Hidráulicos, reverse a $50.1 million default judgment awarded to two Miami-based companies, arguing that the District Court lacked subject matter jurisdiction over the Dominican Republic, and that a consulate's mishandling of served papers was a clerical error and therefore constituted excusable neglect.
Holland & Knight’s International Finance Team lawyers represented Finnvera plc in its transaction to provide a 95 percent credit guarantee to finance the world's largest and most expensive cruise ship. Our Finance Team structured the transaction that secured financing for the Allure of the Seas.
The Holland & Knight Intellectual Property Group helped Finnish company Polar Electro Oy, a global maker of wearable training and activity devices and heart rate monitors, secure two separate legal victories in ongoing patent cases.
Holland & Knight’s Aviation Team obtained antitrust immunity from the U.S. Department of Transportation for a joint venture between our client, Virgin Atlantic Airways, and Delta Air Lines. Approval for this high-profile transaction enables the carriers to create a joint business on routes between North America and the United Kingdom.