SOPHISTICATED COUNSEL IN ANY ENVIRONMENT ON TWO COASTS
AS BOTH PLAINTIFF AND DEFENSE COUNSEL, WE REPRESENT A DIVERSE GROUP OF DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL CLIENTS FROM A WIDE RANGE OF INDUSTRIES IN CHALLENGING, HIGH-STAKES LITIGATION IN SAN FRANCISCO AND NEW YORK. WE ALSO PROVIDE CORPORATE, FINANCING, AND TRANSACTION ADVICE.
Technology, including FinTech and EdTech
Financial & Professional Services
Arts & Entertainment
Media & Advertising
Food & Beverage
Hedge Funds & Private Equity
Blockchain & Digital Currency
Sports & Recreation
Breach of Contract & Business Interference
Partnership & Corporate Governance Disputes
Civil Rights Violations
Intellectual Property Infringement
Insurance Coverage & Bad Faith
Data Privacy Breaches
OUR ATTORNEYS HAVE GRADUATED FROM THE FINEST SCHOOLS, PRACTICED AT WHITE SHOE LAW FIRMS, AND STUDIED AND WORKED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. WE BRING THAT RIGOROUS TRAINING AND BREADTH OF EXPERIENCE TO BEAR IN SERVICING OUR CLIENTS.
EVERY CLIENT’S SITUATION IS DIFFERENT; WE APPROACH EACH CASE WITH FRESH EYES AND DELIVER THE BEST POSSIBLE VALUE USING OUR CUSTOM-TAILORED FEE STRUCTURES.
We offer flat fee arrangements for individual tasks, time periods, or an entire matter.
We offer principled hourly rates, billing only for work that adds value.
We put some skin in the game by offering contingency fees well beyond their traditional boundaries.
We offer blended structures that combine flat, hourly, and contingency fees to create a solution that meets your needs.
San Francisco Office
535 Mission St., 14th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
T (415) 894-9284
F (415) 276-8929
New York Office
48 Wall St., 11th Floor
New York, NY 10005
T (212) 498-9816
F (888) 972-5185
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