Blank Rome LLP is a national law firm representing domestic and international publicly-traded and private companies, governmental and other non-profit entities, as well as individuals. With nearly 500 attorneys, in offices in New York, Washington, DC, Pennsylvania, California, Texas, Delaware, New Jersey, Ohio, Florida, and Shanghai, Blank Rome advises clients in a wide range of industries including: real estate; financial services; health care; gaming; hospitality; life sciences; manufacturing; maritime; energy; telecommunications; technology, and transportation. In addition, Blank Rome clients benefit from the services of the Firm's affiliate, Blank Rome Government Relations LLC, which is staffed by attorneys and lobbyists who guide companies through the complex processes of federal, state and local government.
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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
Highest number of cases by Blank Rome LLP:
Toxic Torts (3772 cases in past two years)
U.S. Patent Activity
Total number of U.S. granted patents by Blank Rome LLP:
192 (in past two years)
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Documents by Blank Rome LLP on Martindale.com
U.S. Regulatory Update-Final Rules: Credit Risk Retention for CLOS
Grant E. Buerstetta,Jaiho Cho, November 14, 2014
Call to Action: The final risk retention rules will change the status quo for nearly all CLO managers beginning in the fourth quarter of 2016. All managers should begin assessing whether and how they will comply with the final rules once they come into effect and monitor ongoing market developments...
What Employers Need To Know About Ebola
Stephanie Gantman Kaplan, November 14, 2014
Call to Action: It is critical that employers begin to consider the important issues that the Ebola outbreak raises about preparedness, protocols and workplace safety in order to be ready for any potential outcome. This is not a time for panic, but rather employers should be monitoring the...