Greenberg Traurig's San Francisco attorneys practice locally and nationally at the intersection of business, government, and the law. Our clients include key Internet pioneers, top IT firms, digital entertainment companies, financial institutions, real estate companies, multinational banks, and other Fortune 500 companies. The San Francisco attorneys counsel on a broad range of matters, including: commercial and securities litigation; corporate and financing; data privacy and cybersecurity; general litigation; intellectual property transactions and litigation; labor and employment; state, local, and federal taxation; and white collar criminal defense. The firm’s San Francisco clients count on Greenberg Traurig’s locally-integrated attorneys who deliver attentive legal services - with the global breadth and depth to address issues full circle. The firm’s attorneys work seamlessly across practices and locations to provide the innovative, strategic, forward-thinking legal services clients expect.
For more information about our San Francisco office, please feel free to reach out to our San Francisco office contacts.
We are committed to the community where we live and work, providing pro bono legal assistance and financial support to numerous local and national charitable organizations. Our attorneys and lobbyists are involved in and have held leadership positions within local organizations throughout the San Francisco area, including:
- Asian American Bar Association, San Francisco Chapter
- Barrister’s Club of the Bar Association of San Francisco
- Bay Area Council
- California Chamber of Commerce
- California Minority Counsel Program (CMCP)
- Family Violence Appellate Project
- The Guardsmen
- Justice & Diversity Center of The Bar Association of San Francisco
- San Francisco Tax Club
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