Head Office Address:
7 Times Square
New York, NY 10036
Brown Rudnick combines ingenuity with experience to achieve great outcomes for our clients. We deliver partner-driven services with a focus on collaboration in the client’s best interest. Brown Rudnick is an international law firm, serving clients around the globe. With more than 250 lawyers and government relations professionals, the Firm has offices in key financial centers across the United States and Europe. We are recognized for our market-leading practices covering several targeted industries, including bankruptcy and corporate restructuring, litigation and arbitration, life sciences, technology, white-collar defense and government investigations, civil fraud, special situations, corporate finance, strategic capital, distressed debt, intellectual property, real estate, M&A, and cross-border deals and disputes.
In a world of 1,000+ lawyer firms, Brown Rudnick’s relatively lean team is all hands-on deck, strategic, and nimble on our feet. We work collaboratively across practices and offices, delivering maximum value for our clients and avoiding the waste and delays that too often characterize the big firm approach.
Bankruptcy Litigation Practice: Brown Rudnick’s Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring Practice Group has extensive experience, garnered over four decades, across the largest and most complex bankruptcy and restructuring cases. We are renowned for representing official and ad hoc committees, debtors/borrowers, general unsecured creditors, equity holders, and other central parties-in-interest in the largest and most complex Chapter 11 cases and out-of-court proceedings. Brown Rudnick is the firm of choice for those seeking effective and experienced partner-led counsel in the distress arena, and our experience, creativity, and tenacity has resulted in an impressive track record of results for our prestigious client base.
Brown Rudnick is typically selected for some of the largest and most complex restructurings, bankruptcies, and bankruptcy-related litigation in the country, in many cases exceeding $1 billion. We are typically selected for cases that require extensive bankruptcy-related litigation, often referred to as the “tough” cases, where our lawyers typically succeed with strategies others either don’t imagine, won’t consider, or can’t execute.
Our practice is multi-disciplinary and cross-jurisdictional, combining the technical experience of our lawyers with in-depth local knowledge within the business community. Many of our leading bankruptcy attorneys are experienced litigators and have first-chair trial experience who are not afraid to take our clients’ cases to trial.
Litigation & Arbitration Practice: Members of Brown Rudnick’s market-leading Commercial Litigation Practice serve as longtime counsel to dealmakers across numerous industries and are go-to attorneys for clients’ strategic litigations. Our clients turn to us time and time again because of a proven and consistent track record of success and creative and aggressive approach to solving their business problems through a holistic approach that begins with pre-litigation advisory services through trial and appeal.
We draw fire power from more than 100 litigators in the United States and Europe, bringing the best of their intellect, vast experience, and creativity to the most complex of financial, real estate, intellectual property, and other commercial disputes. Our litigators appear before judges, juries, and arbitrators in the most complex domestic and cross-border instructions at every stage of the dispute resolution process, and our client base features household names such as leading financial institutions, banks, real estate investors, and insurance companies, as well as high-profile media personalities, leading executives, and high-net-worth individuals.
Our litigators are known for representing clients in “bet-the-company” type litigation, on both the plaintiff and defense side, at both the trial and appellate level, routinely implementing creative and novel solutions to navigate cutting-edge and precedent-setting commercial disputes.
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Updated Sep 2021