Washington, D.C.

1500 K Street, N.W., Ste. 1100
Washington, District of Columbia 20005-1209
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Phone: (202) 842-8800 Fax: (202) 842-8465
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Washington, D.C.

About

Overlooking McPherson Square on K Street and just steps from the National Mall, the Washington, D.C. office houses lawyers and staff who handle a broad range of regulatory, intellectual property and litigation matters. It’s also home to the firm’s boutique lobbying practice, The District Policy Group, and Tritura, a dedicated information governance and e-discovery subsidiary.

Awards

  •  Chambers USA, Band 1 – Labor & Employment: Employee Benefits & Compensation, Illinois (2015)
  •  Chambers USA, Band 3 – Healthcare, Illinois (2015)
  • World Trademark Review 1000, Bronze Rating – Intellectual Property Practice Group, D.C. Metro Area (2016)
  • U.S. News & World Report, Tier 2 – Health Care Law, Washington, D.C. (2016)

Community Involvement

The firm’s Washington, D.C. office works with a wide range of nonprofit organizations to improve the quality of life of those in the region. Whether it’s raising funds for local educational institutions or collecting useful essentials for the homeless, the office’s staff and attorneys make time for these important initiatives.

Some recent community efforts include:

American Heart Association

Lawyers and staff from took part in the Lawyers Have Heart 5k fun run in June 2015 to raise funds for the American Heart Association.

Generous Associates Campaign

The Washington, D.C., office raised more than $2,000 for the Generous Associates Campaign, which raises funds to benefit the Legal Aid Society. Each June, the first year associates manage the campaign in which each floor of the office competes for the most donations and participation by hosting ice cream socials, pizza parties and raffles with a nominal contribution to attend.

Gifts for the Homeless

Working with Gifts for the Homeless, a nonprofit corporation comprised of lawyers and staff from local law firms, for the 10th consecutive year, the Washington, D.C., office donated gently used clothes for children, men and women with an emphasis on warm hats, gloves, coats and blankets.

Bread for the City

Bread for the City provides fresh produce for low-income clients who live in Washington, D.C. from their farm in Maryland, with the help of volunteers who harvest the vegetables during the growing season. A team from the Washington, D.C. office provided labor for the 2015 sweet potato harvest.