Washington, District Of Columbia 20004
David Penna is a partner in Latham & Watkins' Washington, D.C. office, and a member of the Project Development and Finance Practice Group. Mr. Penna has represented lenders, developers and governmental entities in all phases of the development and financing of US and international projects, particularly in the energy, oil and gas, and infrastructure sectors. He also has significant mergers and acquisitions experience, with a focus on deals involving power generation assets.
Mr. Penna co-authored, "A Not So Level Playing Field: Fiduciary Duties in Takeover Contests" in Euromoney's International Mergers & Acquisitions Yearbook (2002).
|Areas of Practice||1) Project Development & Finance, 2) Mergers & Acquisitions and 3) Banking|
|Law School||Yale Law School, (JD, 2001)|
|Education||Indiana University, (BA, 1997)|
|Bar Member / Association||District of Columbia State Bar Association|
|Most recent firm||Latham & Watkins LLP|
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