Located in one of the world's most sophisticated and diverse financial centers, our New York office was opened to meet client demand for stronger representation in the local market and to build on the firm's nationally recognized litigation and business counseling experience. The attorneys in this office provide advice on a range of legal issues, including intellectual property protection and management, bankruptcy and restructuring, CMBS and RMBS litigation, public debt issuances, corporate trust and indenture trustee issues, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital transactions, SEC enforcement, white collar and securities litigation, internal investigations and corporate compliance. We represent clients that include publicly traded, multinational, emerging growth and private businesses as well as financial institutions, venture capital and private equity firms, governmental entities, nonprofits and individuals.
Business leaders rely on our corporate attorneys for sound advice and guidance on their legal needs. Corporate attorneys in our New York office partner with clients to provide them with business-oriented solutions in the areas of commercial and regulatory law. Within this team, several of our attorneys focus on the unique needs and objectives of emerging companies, especially those operating in the technology sector. Our New York office's intellectual property attorneys combine leading in-house and law firm experience with expertise in litigation, counseling, transactions and procurement in the financial services, media, software, Internet, consumer electronics and semiconductor fields. The New York office's litigation attorneys have handled complex cases across a range of industries and have extensive jury and bench trial experience in major state and federal jurisdictions, including all courts in New York. Our New York attorneys work collaboratively to meet their clients’ needs, and clients have access to the services and resources of Perkins Coie’s 18 other offices across the United States and Asia.