Claire Hall focuses her practice on structured finance and derivatives. Claire represents issuers, underwriters and purchasers across a broad range of domestic and cross-border finance transactions including CLOs and securitizations. Her experience includes traditional and non-traditional assets classes including financings involving trade receivables, PACE, management fees, developer fees and cashflows from multifamily housing assets.  

Claire has significant experience representing financial institutions, hedge funds, asset managers, dealers and end users in relation to a variety of derivatives transactions. She advises on regulatory issues affecting derivatives under Dodd-Frank and EMIR. Claire also advises on matters related to the California cap and trade scheme.

Claire is currently a co-chair of DLA Piper's LIBOR Transition Practice and co-head of the Derivatives Group.