Herbert Smith Freehills (New York)

Joe Falcone

Herbert Smith Freehills (New York)
Partner

A partner in the firm’s dispute resolution practice, Joe has more than 20 years’ experience helping companies handle complex commercial, consumer protection and product liability matters in federal and state courts throughout the United States, and has obtained successful business-oriented resolutions for clients both in individual cases as well as class actions and before the US multi-district litigation panel. Joe works with clients on US regulatory issues, and has counseled businesses on risk management strategies in connection with data privacy, storage and related issues. Joe has handled an array of disputes and issues involving, among other matters, breach of contract, consumer products, investment contract disputes, digital systems services contracts, electronics, and packaging misappropriation. He has helped clients manage compliance and risk in connection with various US regulatory matters before both federal and state regulatory agencies. Joe advises international clients with respect to the US government’s Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), which reviews certain inbound US investments, and leads the firm’s efforts to advise clients about the potential impact of CFIUS and related issues on proposed US acquisitions or investments. Joe has been recognized by Super Lawyers in connection with civil litigation and by Best Lawyers for his work in product liability and related matters. For data privacy and protection issues, Joe is a recognized Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US), credentialed through the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).

Linked authors

Herbert Smith Freehills (London)
Herbert Smith Freehills (London)
Herbert Smith Freehills (Johannesburg)
Herbert Smith Freehills (London)
Herbert Smith Freehills (London)

Articles

148 Bulletin

Joe Falcone, Kyriakos Fountoukakos, Daniel Vowden, Veronica Roberts The EU Commission issues Guidance on FDI from Russia and Belarus and calls for greater scrutiny due to increased risk of harm to security or public order

148

On 6 April 2022, the European Commission (“Commission”) issued Guidance to Member States on how to screen foreign direct investment (“FDI”) from Russia and Belarus into the EU, in light of the ongoing military conflict in Ukraine (“FDI Guidance”). Following Russia’s unjustified attack against (...)

Send a message