Mr. Adam Milgrom joined the firm in 2008. He advises on major deals related to power, gas, transportation (ports, airports, railroads and toll roads), water and basic sanitation projects. He also advises on joint ventures, privatizations and public-private partnerships. Mr. Milgrom coordinates buyer’s and vendor’s due diligences, including corporate, contracts, real estate, financing and regulatory matters. He also assists in the preparation, review and negotiation of transaction contracts. Mr. Milgrom is specialized in power regulations, and assists on drafting, reviewing and negotiating specific industry contracts, such as PPAs, EPCs and O&Ms, as well as legal opinions. Mr. Milgrom also works with public law, government affairs and regulatory matters and assignments. In this connection, he prepares opinions, and assists in public tenders in general.
He worked at Baker Mackenzie in the Chicago’s office and also on major deals related to power, gas, transportation (ports, airports, railroads and toll roads), water and basic sanitation projects.
He graduated from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie with a degree in law and specialized in Corporate Law from INSPER.
Hebrew, Portuguese and English
Representative matters and clients
– Advised on the sale by a Brazilian company of 16 wind farms to an international investment fund, a deal of BRL 2 billion (approximately US$500 million) and the largest ever in the Brazilian wind generation industry;
– Advised on the acquisition of several renewable energy companies, the most significant being the acquisition by a Brazilian major power company of the Spanish company “Siif Energies” wind farms, a deal of US$930 million;
– Advised on the acquisition by a major Chinese power company of 7 transmission lines in Brazil, of approximately 2,792 km, a deal of US$531 million;
– Advised on the first investment in Brazil of a major Asian company through the acquisition of grain warehouses, grain elevation terminals and a port terminal, integrating its logistics from grain origination to final export, a deal of US$220 million.
Trench Rossi Watanabe is awarded the CESA Gender Equality Seal
Trench Rossi Watanabe has received the CESA Gender Equity Seal in the highest category entitled “Highlight”. This award recognizes law firms that have solid Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives, taking into consideration several fronts, such as internal commitment, strategic planning, communication and participation rate. With a female majority in leadership for years, this recognition reinforces […]
New Law authorizes payment in foreign currency in agreements entered into by exporters in the infrastructure sector
In brief In late 2021, the president of Brazil enacted Law No. 14,286, which establishes the New Brazilian Foreign Exchange Framework. Among several innovations, which will be addressed in a specific e-Alert, the Law met an old demand from the infrastructure sector: the possibility of stipulating payment in foreign currency for certain agreements executed between […]
Law establishing the legal framework for distributed generation in the Brazilian electricity sector is enacted
In brief The president of Brazil enacted, with vetoes, Law No. 14,300, which establishes the legal framework for distributed generation, providing and consolidating rules for consumers to generate their own energy, especially the new tariff rules and a transition period for existing projects. More details The distributed generation model was established by the National Power […]
Eletrobras Privatization Law is Sanctioned with Vetoes
The President of Brazil enacted, with vetoes, Law No. 14,182, which was initially submitted from Provisional Measure No. 1,031. Law 14,182 provides for the privatization of Eletrobras (Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras S.A.) and establishes criteria and conditions for its implementation. Eletrobras is Brazil’s largest power generation and transmission company, but has been reducing its investment capacity […]
Brazil signs the Singapore Convention on Mediation
On June 4, 2021, Brazil signed the Singapore Convention on Mediation (the “Singapore Convention”), which provides a uniform framework for settlement agreements put in writing resulting from mediations entered in one of the contracting states. Under the Singapore Convention, a party can enforce such settlement agreements in the courts of any contracting state, provided that […]