Claire L. HallPartner
- B.A., College of Law, London 2002
- LL.B. (Hon.), English and German Laws, Liverpool University 2001
Claire Hall focuses her practice on structured finance and derivatives. Claire represents issuers, underwriters and investors across a broad range of domestic and cross-border structured, warehouse and asset-backed finance transactions covering both public deals and private placements. In recent years, Claire’s ABS experience has focused on esoteric transactions such as solar, trade receivables, PACE, management fee cashflows, property developer fees, cashflows from multifamily housing assets and music royalties backed securitizations.
Claire has significant experience representing financial institutions, hedge funds, asset managers, dealers and end users in relation to a variety of derivatives transactions and structures. She also advises on regulatory issues affecting derivatives.
Claire is currently a co-chair of DLA Piper's LIBOR Transition working group and co-head of the Derivatives practice.
Claire joined the firm having previously worked at leading law firms in New York, Los Angeles and London.
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