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Haynes and Boone Washington, D.C. Office Moves to Modern Space Two Blocks from the White House

WASHINGTON, D.C. – To accommodate expanding ranks of lawyers and staff, the Haynes and Boone, LLP Washington, D.C. office has moved to the fifth floor of PNC Place -- a 12-floor, Class A postmodern office tower with views of the White House and Washington Monument.

The newly constructed 22,000-square-foot space allows the firm to increase the number offices of attorneys serving a growing base of regional, national and international clients before federal government regulatory agencies, federal courts, international tribunals and in complex transactions of all kinds. >>

Haynes and Boone Advises Celanese in $800 Million Methanol Joint Venture

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Lawyers from Haynes and Boone, LLP assisted Celanese Corporation in creating an approximately $800 million joint venture with Mitsui & Co., Ltd. to develop and construct a methanol production plant designed to take advantage of the abundant new supplies of U.S. natural gas. The new joint venture will be known as Fairway Methanol LLC.

The facility, to be built near the existing Celanese acetyl complex in Clear Lake, Texas, will have a capacity of 1.3 million tons per year and is expected to start operations in 2015. >>

Nora Whitehead in ABA Journal: Africa Campout

For Nora Whitehead, no other place compares to Africa. “I often tell people: It’s like being on the moon. You can’t believe such a gorgeous place exists.” >>

Recent Publications

Corrupt Intent Under the New Guide to the FCPA: Designing Best Practices in the Face of Continued Uncertainty

Last November, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) published joint, non- binding guidance on the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). >>

Law360 Guest Article: Infringement Liability May Exist For Foreign Manufacturers

Many foreign manufacturers ignore U.S. patents because they wrongly assume they have no real economic risk and are not liable for infringing a patent in another country. But when products are being shipped to the U.S from another country, infringement liability may exist. >>