Patton Boggs LLP - Firm Profile
Patton Boggs LLP
Size of Organization: 500
Year Established: 1962
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For more than 40 years, Patton Boggs has maintained a reputation for cutting-edge advocacy by working closely with Congress and regulatory agencies in Washington, litigating in courts across the country, and negotiating business transactions around the world. Our partners include women and men with extensive backgrounds in government service with strong ties to both major political parties, as well as top-flight litigators and individuals with a keen understanding of business and finance.
Patton Boggs began as an international law firm concentrating in global business and trade in 1962. While we have maintained our strong concentration in international and trade law, we have evolved beyond our roots to become a full-service firm with a national presence in every major area of legal representation. We were among the first law firms to recognize that all three branches of government could serve as forums in which to achieve client goals, enabling us to emerge as the nation's leading public policy law firm, and we have developed our extensive business law capabilities into the firm's largest practice area.
We value working with lawyers and staff from diverse cultural backgrounds whose individual personalities and styles contribute to an interesting, relaxed, and supportive office environment, a commitment that is reflected in our One Firm, One Community Principle.
"One Firm, One Community" describes a firm in which geographic, political, and practice-driven barriers have been removed, resulting in a culture of inclusion and open communication. A unity of direction and purpose connects offices and departments, with resources, ideas, and information freely shared.
At Patton Boggs, there is respect for and appreciation of the contributions of a diverse group of team members. Leadership roles are shared among offices, and there is trust and mutual support as people with equal voices work together to achieve firm goals.
Statement of Practice Summary:
General Practice. Administrative Law, Agricultural Law, Food and Agriculture, Food Labeling and Inspection, Winery Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Antitrust and Trade Regulation, Aviation and Aerospace, Bankruptcy, Biotechnology, Business Law, Class Actions, Commercial Real Estate, Contracts, Corporate Law, Corporate Finance, Election, Campaign and Political Law, Employee Benefits, ERISA, Energy, Federal Energy Regulation, Nuclear Energy, Environmental Law, Chemical Regulation, Equipment Finance and Leasing, Finance, Government Contracts, Health Care, Health Care Fraud, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Housing Law, Immigration and Naturalization, Indians and Native Populations, Intellectual Property, International Law, International Trade, Mezzanine Finance, Private Equity, Labor and Employment, Litigation, Medicare and Medicaid, Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures, Municipal Law, Natural Resources, International Oil and Gas Law, Oil and Gas Acquisitions, Oil and Gas Finance, Oil and Gas Law, Oil and Gas Litigation, Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations, Nonprofit Organizations Law, Occupational Safety and Health, Industrial Accidents, OSHA, Patents, Privacy Law, Public Finance, Real Estate, Real Estate Acquisitions, Regulatory Law, Drug and Medical Device Regulation, Food and Drug Regulation, Food, Drug and Cosmetic Law, International Regulatory Law, Postal Law, Hotel and Resort Development, Money Laundering, Securities, Initial Public Offerings, SEC Enforcement, Taxation, Tax Legislation, Tax Planning, Trusts and Estates Taxation, Technology and Science, Torts, Mass Torts, Asbestos Defense, Mold Litigation, Toxic Tort Class Actions, Trademarks, Transportation, Transportation Regulation, Trusts and Estates, Utility Law, White Collar Crime.