Firm Profile > Nixon Peabody LLP > Washington DC, United States
Nixon Peabody LLP Offices
799 9th Street NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20001-5327
Nixon Peabody LLP > The Legal 500 Rankings
Christopher Keefe; Lori Green
Other key lawyers:
David Martland; John Partigan; Brian Krob; Greg O’Shaughnessy; Andrew Share; Philip Taub
‘We have been with our main contact for years. He follows up on everything anyone does for us. ’
‘Available 24/7. Have helped from personal issues, kid issues to all business issues. ’
‘I think the key to Nixon’s success is the way the attorneys collaborate. No matter what the situation there is someone who has seen something similar before. The ability to draw from so many experiences – sets Nixon’s team apart.’
‘I feel like the attorneys that I work with make you feel like your family.’
‘Phil Taub and Andrew Share are great lawyers and even better people. ’
‘To prepare myself for the sale of my business I recognized that the first step was to understand the process and have a strong team assembled. After interviewing several firms I selected Greg O’Shaughnessy of Nixon Peabody. He had the knowledge experience and personality I was looking for and I was impressed with his support staff. The major factors for my decision was the process he proposed and his knowledge of the due diligence process. Greg and his team was there for every step I took and participated in every discussion.’
‘Atty O’Shaughnessy was always focused on the best way to get me the best deal possible and advised that the best deal is not always the highest sell price. Also they provided me at the beginning an estimate of the legal costs that would be involved and updated me if there was any change so there would be no surprises. The billing was always concise and billed timely with no surprises. Atty O’Shaughnessy and his Associates were exceptional and I do not hesitate to recommend their legal services.’
‘They understand the needs of the business and balance legal risk assessment with strategic goals. Very practical and actionable advice is a hallmark of the firm.’
‘Andrew Share is our go-to partner. He understands the needs of in-house counsel and the pressures we face. He does an incredible job of assessing our legal requirements while also taking business needs into account. He makes my job manageable in a very small in-house legal department with limited resources. Having the assistance of Andrew is like having another four lawyers on my staff. He is that good.’
‘The team have shown a quick understanding of our businesses, and what is important to us.’
‘I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Alexandra Lopez-Cassero, who managed to explain complicated regulatory topics in a calm way, while keeping an eye out for pragmatic solutions. Brian Krobb is also worth a mention: responsive and always helpful in getting us across the finishing line of an M&A Project.’
‘Incredibly responsive and VERY easy to work with’
‘The Nixon Peabody team that works on our matters made the time investment necessary to truly understand the different sectors of our business and the associated unique legal considerations. They know our business, they know us, they know our concerns and preferences, and that makes them more than an outside law firm, it makes them a valued partner. Partner Tyler Savage and Associate Kat Murphy provide stand-out service and expertise. ’
‘What is unique is their capacity to answer any question in all domains but also to always take into account the needs of the business in assessing the risks.’
‘I work with John Partigan. Not only is John always available but it is really appreciated that as a partner he is the one to deal with all our issues so that he has a global view of our problematics. He has got a perfect understanding of our business and has a very wide expertise. ’
‘The Nixon team, especially Brian Krob, are true partners for us. They are responsive, balanced and thoughtful in their approach. We also feel that our in-house teams (both legal and business) learn and grow from working with Brian. In practice areas that are new to us, working with Brian and his team enables our in-house team’s professional development.’
‘Brian Krob is a great lawyer and true teacher. His ability to break down complex legal matters for our business teams and even in-house counsel coming into new practice areas is tremendously valuable for us as a business. The communication is always clear, effectively breaking down issues, educating in-house legal and business but then always offering clear advice.’
Routinely acting as national litigation counsel for aviation manufacturers, Nixon Peabody LLP is sought out for advice in National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), FAA and foreign accident investigations. It also assists manufacturing, aviation and other transportation clients with regulatory matters and with establishing risk-management and product integrity procedures. New York-based practice head Joseph Ortego handles aviation industry-related litigation, regulatory, and compliance issues. Deputy aviation leader Brian Dalrymple in San Francisco, rated for 'his sharp technical skills and great human touch', has over 30 years' experience in representing corporations, airlines, type certificate holders, parts manufacturer approval holders, drone manufacturers and airports.
Joseph Ortego; Brian Dalrymple
Other key lawyers:
Vivian Quinn; Thomas Mealiffe; Tracey Scarpello; Erik Goergen; Domenico Perrella
‘Brian Dalrymple is rated both for his sharp technical skills and great human touch.‘
Avions de Transport Regional
Several lawyers in the 'extremely client-oriented' team at Nixon Peabody LLP have a science background, which they can draw on when representing clients in the food and beverage and pharmaceuitcal industries, among others. The firm handles exposure cases and is at the forefront of more recent trends surrounding fire retardant chemicals. At the head of the practice are recognized trial lawyer Joseph Ortego in New York and Buffalo-based Vivian Quinn, who is adept at creating early risk assessment models. The trial bench in Chicago was strengthened by the addition of Jonathan Lively from Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney, Ltd. in February 2020.
Joseph Ortego; Vivian Quinn
Other key lawyers:
Scott O’Connell; John Weinholtz; Tracey Scarpello; Santo Borruso
‘This team is extremely client-oriented, very business-savvy and excellent at developing and maintaining relationships. They just have a very good sense of how their corporate clients operate and what it means to support and work with them to resolve legal challenges. They work with us to get us where we need to go.’
‘Santo Borruso. Santo is a terrific lawyer and a real collaborator and thought partner. He is knowledgeable, thorough and responsive, providing reliable advice that addresses problems and drives solutions. Santo quickly and efficiently corrals the substantive legal issues and, as important, recognizes the business context in which they have emerged ’
Daimler Trucks North America LLC
Brookhaven National Laboratories
With expertise in IP issues, labor and employment work, business litigation and government investigations, Nixon Peabody LLP is well placed to advise on a range of trade secrets matters. The firm has a track record in claims under the federal Defend Trade Secrets Act, the Uniform Trade Secrets Act, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, the Economic Espionage Act, and other state and federal statutes. In addition, the practice provides pre-litigation preventative trade secret protection services, as well as handling reviews and revisions of existing company policies. Boston-based Matthew McLaughlin acts in trade secrets disputes in state and federal courts and co-leads the team with Lisa Sullivan in Chicago, who focuses on commercial disputes, including trade secret, patent infringement and antitrust claims.
Matthew McLaughlin; Lisa Sullivan
Other key lawyers:
Robert Weikert; Shawn Hansen; Vernon Johnson; John Ruskusky; Scott O’Connell
Lifetouch National School Studios
Nixon Peabody LLP's construction and real estate team handles a broad range of work, with strengths in both disputes and transactional matters. An example of the firm's range of support was its recent advice to Toray Plastics, a highlight in which Providence-based practice co-head Jeffrey Brenner handled the negotiation of construction contracts for projects in Virginia and Rhode Island, and also represented the company in a dispute with a contractor. Trial and litigation attorney Vernon Johnson III co-heads the team from the Washington DC office, where Anthony Barron is another key contact, acting for owners and contractors in contract negotiations, project counseling and dispute resolution.
Jeffrey Brenner; Vernon Johnson III
Other key lawyers:
The Board of Trustees of the California State University
Biosar USA LLC
Toray Plastics (America), Inc.
Galleron Properties LLC
RA Nelson & Associates
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
96-108 Pine Street LLC
Other key lawyers:
Thomas Fahey; Jill Gordon; Michele Masucci; Valerie Montague
Providence St. Joseph Health
University of California Board of Regents
University of Southern California
Kaiser Foundation Health Plan
Torrance Health Association
Gold Coast Health Plan
Pacific Dental Services
Cook County Health and Hospitals System
OSF HealthCare Little Company of Mary Medical Center.
Erie Family Health Center
Oroville Hospital, Inc.
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago
Swedish Covenant Health
Children’s Surgical Foundation, Inc.
Nixon Peabody LLP > Firm Profile
At Nixon Peabody, we deliver sophisticated legal services to our clients and our communities by combining high performance, entrepreneurial spirit, deep engagement, and an unwavering commitment to a culture of collaboration, diversity, and humanity.
Main areas of practice
Litigation and dispute resolution: National, co-national, and regional counsel represent clients in federal and state courts, the US Supreme Court and US Courts of Appeals.
Health care: A cross-disciplinary team experienced in health care delivery, corporate organization, government programs, emerging payment programs, managed care models, and a vast array of other cutting-edge issues impacting health care clients.
Public finance: One of the most active US public finance practices, providing innovative counsel to clients in public works and infrastructure, including P3.
Real estate: A dynamic team assists clients nationally with financing, restructuring and workouts, acquisitions, dispositions, leasing and development, financing, foreign investment, joint ventures, and land use.
Business and finance: A growing group of corporate lawyers collaborating across multiple disciplines and geographies on financing municipal and infrastructure projects, M&A, IPOs, financing structures, long-term tax planning, and business strategies.
Intellectual property: Lawyers with strong technical backgrounds and insightful industry-specific business knowledge that strategically manage patent portfolios, advise fashion and entertainment clients on trends impacting brands, and vigorously defend IP rights.
|CEO and Managing Partner||Stephen D Zubiago|
|Chief Operating Officer||Lauri Walker|
|Department Head, Litigation||Anthony Barron|
|Department Head, Project Finance, Infrastructure & Real Estate||Michael J Goldman|
|Department Head, Business & Finance||Christopher P Keefe|
|Chief Talent Officer||Stacie B Collier|
|Director of Diversity and Inclusion||Rekha Chiruvolu|
|Management Committee, Strategic Impact Partner||Jill H Gordon|
|Management Committee, Strategic Impact Partner||Gregory N Doran|