Bingham McCutchen LLP
Size of Organization: 1001
Year Established: 1891Web Site: http://www.bingham.com
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Bingham represents clients in cross-border restructurings and insolvencies; complex securities and financial regulatory matters; high-stakes litigation; environmental issues; government affairs; and sophisticated corporate, financing and technology transactions.
We have built our firm, on a global basis, in the areas where we are strongest and are able to counsel our clients most effectively. Our 1,000 lawyers are based in the world's major financial centers — New York, London, Tokyo and Hong Kong — as well as on both coasts in the United States.
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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
Highest number of cases by Bingham McCutchen LLP:
Intellectual Property (55 cases in past two years)
Total number of Mergers & Aquisitions by Bingham McCutchen LLP:
24 (in past two years)
U.S. Patent Activity
Total number of U.S. granted patents by Bingham McCutchen LLP:
39 (in past two years)
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Documents by Bingham McCutchen LLP on Martindale.com
Hold That Sneeze: Paid Sick Time Likely Coming to New York City Next Year
Jessica Boar Del Cid,Douglas T. Schwarz, May 22, 2013
On May 8, 2013, the New York City Council passed the Earned Sick Time Act (“Act”). While Mayor Bloomberg is expected to veto the Act, the Act has sufficient support within the City Council to override any veto. The Act provides sick time, either paid or unpaid depending on an...
Scope of CFAA Violations Remains in Debate
Thomas S. Hixson,Geoffrey M. Howard,Bryan M. Killian,Nargues Motamed, May 22, 2013
The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), 18 U.S.C. § 1030, creates civil and criminal liability for persons who access computers without authorization or in excess of authorization. Because the statute does not define “authorization,” courts and commentators have taken several...