Dickstein Shapiro LLP Washington, District of Columbia Office Profile
|Dickstein Shapiro LLP |
|Washington, District of Columbia|
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About this office:
Dickstein Shapiro LLP, founded in 1953, is a multiservice law firm with approximately 400 attorneys in offices in Washington, DC, New York, and Los Angeles representing clients in diverse industries with a wide variety of requirements. While Dickstein Shapiro's work generally originates from a client's need for legal representation, the Firm is mindful that legal service is but one ingredient in achieving a client's strategic business goals. The Firm prides itself on learning and understanding client objectives and partnering with clients to generate genuine business value.
Dickstein Shapiro is proud that the diversity of its clients coincides with the diversity of its practice. Just as its clients range from Fortune 500 companies to start-up ventures and entrepreneurs, from multinational corporations and leading financial institutions to charitable organizations and government officials in high-profile investigations, Dickstein Shapiro's seven core practice groups - Antitrust and Dispute Resolution, Business & Securities Law, Corporate and Finance, Energy, Government Law and Strategy, Insurance Coverage, and Intellectual Property - involve the Firm in virtually every major form of counseling, litigation, and advocacy.
General Practice, including: Antitrust, Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights, Banking, Business Crimes/Regulatory Enforcement, Civil Litigation, Construction, Communications, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Corporate, Financial Institutions, Intellectual Property, Employee Benefits (ERISA), Energy, Environmental Law, Finance, Government Affairs, Government International Trade, Employment, Litigation, Mergers and Acquisitions, Natural Resources, Patents, Real Estate, Securities, Sports Law, Tax, Trademarks, Trusts and Estates, Utility Law, and White Collar Crime.
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