Dorsey & Whitney's New York office represents a wide array of clients ranging from large multi-national corporations and financial institutions to start-up technology and e-commerce companies.
Attorneys in our corporate group in New York routinely handle sophisticated transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, capital market financings, project and structured finance, and intellectual property licensing. The New York office also advises U.S.-based and international securities firms, investment management firms and other financial institutions on complicated regulatory issues and other matters.
Dorsey's New York office has a strong international practice. Our corporate, tax and technology attorneys work with attorneys in any of our six international offices to represent U.S.-based companies engaging in transactions in other countries and foreign companies doing deals in the U.S.
Attorneys in our litigation group in New York represent clients in complex lawsuits and arbitrations. These attorneys have significant experience in intellectual property, securities, banking and commercial, white-collar criminal, health-care fraud, employment and discrimination, product liability and class action defense litigation, as well as alternative dispute resolution.
In keeping with our philosophy of utilizing those attorneys who are best suited to meet our clients' needs, the attorneys in New York regularly team with those in our other offices, giving clients seamless service for all their legal needs. In furtherance of this team approach, attorneys from our various practice groups work together depending on a client's particular needs. For example, attorneys in our intellectual property practice group are accustomed to working with our corporate attorneys in representing technology companies in transactions in which intellectual property rights play a pivotal role. Our tax, employee benefits and environmental attorneys are among those who work regularly with attorneys in our mergers and acquisitions group.
Attorneys in Dorsey's New York office have a wide range of both litigation and business law experience, including the following areas of specific capabilities:
- Corporate Finance
- Project and structured financing
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Private equity
- Securities and commodities
- International tax structuring
- Tax considerations
- Individual tax advice
- Joint Ventures
- Strategic trade issues
- Unfair competition
- Business tort
- Products liability
- Intellectual Property
- White collar criminal defense
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- International arbitration
- Regulatory matters
- Technology licensing
For more information on the resources of Dorsey’s New York office contact Steven Khadavi, Office Head of the New York office at (212) 415-9376.