With more than 300 lawyers, Greenberg Traurig's New York office comprises all of the firm’s major practices including corporate, real estate, litigation, white collar, restructuring, intellectual property, tax, entertainment and media, labor and employment, and government law and policy. Our clients range from Fortune 500 companies to innovative ventures. Sitting at the epicenter of global markets, we provide a practical approach and strategic legal counsel that helps our clients manage their local, national, and global opportunities.
The New York team has deep roots in the community and an abiding commitment to service. Our team includes professionals who have served in elected and staff roles at all levels of federal, state, and local government, including the former Mayor of the City of New York. Our New York real estate lawyers have led many of the City’s largest and most important projects.
In litigation matters, our team deploys the experience of respected former judges and prosecutors who serve our clients in a wide range of civil and white collar matters, including former judges on New York State’s highest court and a former United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York. We provide our corporate clients with cutting edge service in core transactional matters such as finance, securities, and restructuring, as well as in emerging and evolving areas like business immigration, cybersecurity, and information technology.
For more information about our New York office, please feel free to reach out to our New York office contacts.
Community & Civic Involvement
Our New York lawyers are involved as leaders, board members, and pro bono counsel to many community and service organizations. The organizations that GT New York lawyers hold leadership roles in include:
- Advocates for Children of New York
- American Friends of Rabin Medical Center
- Citymeals on Wheels
- East Harlem Tutorial Program
- Easterseals New York
- Judges and Lawyers Breast Cancer Alert
- Latino Judges Association
- Mayor’s Advisory Committee on the Judiciary
- New Yorkers for Parks