We represent clients facing a broad range of criminal matters, in both state and federal courts. We have helped clients under government investigation, defended clients at trial, and represented them on appeal and in collateral challenges to convictions and sentences. MORE »


We litigate business disputes on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants. Although we have helped many clients resolve disputes without needing to litigate or arbitrate, we also aggressively litigate cases in courts and arbitral forums around the world when necessary. MORE »


We are deeply committed to vindicating our clients’ civil rights and we do so in a range of contexts—challenging law-enforcement abuses, race and sex discrimination, and First Amendment violations, as well as unique violations under statutes like the Federal Tort Claims Act.  MORE »



Our employment practice includes litigation on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants as well as internal investigations, advice, and contract negotiations. Because we represent both employees and employers, we may anticipate issues and hurdles that other lawyers may overlook.  MORE »

Small Business & Hospitality ▸ 

Lawyers in our District of Columbia office regularly advise businesses on agency and regulatory issues, including matters before the Alcohol Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA), Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH), and Board of Ethics and Government Accountability (BEGA).  MORE »


Our lawyers have the skills necessary to brief, argue, and win appeals. We have litigated criminal and civil appeals in both federal and state appellate courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court. Our lawyers are also regularly appointed by courts to handle criminal appeals.  MORE »


Business Counseling & Transaction ▸ 

Our general corporate counseling practice spans a wide range of disciplines—from day-to-day transactions and larger, more transformational deals, to the identification, protection and exploitation of intellectual property, to HR and employment matters, and across other areas.  MORE »