Offices: New York
New York, NY 10018-1405
Phone: (212) 218-5500
Fax: (212) 218-5526
Seyfarth Shaw opened its New York office in 1979 with seven attorneys. Today, there are over 125 attorneys in New York who work with clients throughout the tri-state area. Located in the landmark New York Times building, our 100,000 square foot office accommodates our continued expansion and features a state-of-the-art conference center that allows us to offer our clients continual updates on issues that affect their businesses through breakfast briefings and conferences. Spanning three stories in the Renzo Piano-designed building, the office reflects the attention to detail we provide to our clients in a collaborative culture that encourages teamwork and sustained growth, and reflects our national reputation as a premier full-service law firm.
In New York, our practices include Commercial Litigation; Corporate; Construction; eDiscovery & Information Governance; Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation; Immigration; Intellectual Property; Labor & Employment; Real Estate; Structured & Real Estate Finance; Tax; and Trust & Estates.
The New York office is committed to providing pro bono legal services, supporting important civic and bar events, volunteering, staying actively involved with local and national minority bar associations and helping to raise money for worthy causes. The New York office takes great pride in our commitment to pro bono work and has been awarded the firm’s Pro Bono Office of the Year Award for two of the last three years.
The New York office’s flagship charity is Jumpstart. Founded in 1993 with 15 college students working with 15 preschoolers, Jumpstart is now a national leader in early childhood education, engaging 20,000 college students and community volunteers in service to more than 90,000 children nationwide. We support the organization financially as well as through volunteer work of our attorneys and staff.
- 2/11/2019 Howard Wexler quoted in Newsday
- 2/10/2019 Howard Wexler interviewed on Issues and Ideas Radio