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We take a multidisciplinary approach ndash; combining corporate and transactional capabilities, legislative experience and wide-ranging industry knowledge ndash; to advising a range of clients, including managed care organizations, insurance companies, trade associations and other industry participants.Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Amsterdam office is home to approximately 45 lawyers, tax advisors and civil law notaries, who are well-versed in European and Dutch law, and who work closely with our international lawyers throughout the rest of the firm.Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Atlanta attorneys provide hands-on, innovative, business-minded counsel to clients ranging from start-ups to some of the most prestigious brands in the U.S. and around the world.Greenberg Traurig #39;s Austin office represents clients in matters both local and national in scope. We work closely with our colleagues in Dallas and Houston to advise clients doing business in Texas and the Southwest, as well as provide them with efficient access to the firm rsquo;s international platform.Whether it is about M amp;A transactions, outsourcing, financing, or complex joint ventures ndash; Greenberg Traurig Germany is at home in the international business arena and serves as a central resource on which clients can rely for their GT Restructuring provides multidisciplinary advice in complex insolvency proceedings and restructuring processes. Christian K ouml;hler-Ma and Gordon Geiser run the practice and regularly assume the management of companies in crisis as restructuriGreenberg Traurig has been an integral member of the Palm Beach County community for more than 30 years, having established its first office in the community in 1984. The attorneys who comprise the Palm Beach County team have traditionally been very active in the community.Our multidisciplinary office is home to more than 60 attorneys practicing in the areas of litigation, corporate, real estate, intellectual property, labor and employment, and governmental affairs. We offer clients decades of legal experience and hands-on knowledge of the local business community, supported by the firm #39;s global resources.Greenberg Traurig #39;s Chicago office strives to be as dynamic and diverse as the city it calls home. Our team advises clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to innovative start-ups in nearly every major practice area and industry.Greenberg Traurig #39;s Dallas team comprises attorneys who advise clients throughout the United States and internationally in the areas of corporate and securities, real estate, health and FDA business, litigation and arbitration, bankruptcy, intellectual property, structured finance and tax.Greenberg Traurig opened its Delaware office in 1999, in response to the unique role the state plays in the increasingly complex needs of our national and international clients. Many of the world rsquo;s largest banks, financial institutions, and insurance, chemical, pharmaceutical and health care companies have established or expanded their operations in the First State.Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Denver office is positioned to help clients grow with the region rsquo;s emerging opportunities. We offer a strategic, business-minded perspective, combined with a deep understanding of the local industries and culture. Our team leverages the firm rsquo;s global platform, offering clients access to GT rsquo;s national and international resources and relationships, while applying their expertise in local issues and opportunities.Greenberg Traurig opened its downtown Fort Lauderdale office in Broward County in 1985 with three attorneys. Today, the office boasts a varied legal practice with more than 50 attorneys who provide their clients with a broad range of experience and community contacts.Greenberg Traurig #39;s Houston office serves a dynamic city, where timely, effective counsel is crucial. The entrepreneurial spirit of our team epitomizes our business-minded approach to providing practical, efficient legal services for our clients.Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Las Vegas office offers a wide range of legal services to local, national and international clients. Our work encompasses corporate and securities, intellectual property, entertainment, Internet law, gaming, litigation and appellate, real estate, construction and bankruptcy and business reorganization matters.Greenberg Traurig #39;s London attorneys advise multinational clients across a wide range of sectors, including chemicals, pharmaceuticals, life sciences, financial services, information services, automotive, retail, communications, climate change, dispute resolution and M amp;A.Greenberg Traurig #39;s Los Angeles office is equipped to thrive in an influential economic region profoundly shaped by the forces of globalization. Our multidisciplinary team of lawyers features the experience and relationships to meet the increasingly complex needs of global corporations, entrepreneurs, high-net-worth individuals and artists.With our emphasis on cross-border work, our Mexico City office plays an integral role in GT rsquo;s Latin America Practice, as well as the firm rsquo;s broader Global Practice.Greenberg Traurig #39;s Miami office advises local, national and international companies in numerous industries and sectors, including aviation, entertainment, financial institutions, health care, international trade and customs, manufacturing, real estate, retail and technology.Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s New Jersey office counsels local, national and international clients in a host of areas, including commercial litigation, corporate law and securities, bankruptcy, construction, intellectual property, labor and employment, trusts and estates and tax.Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s New York office helps clients ndash; from Fortune 500 companies to today rsquo;s most progressive entrepreneurs ndash; meet the challenges that accompany continuous change. We provide strategic legal counsel to help our clients make the most of their business opportunities in this dynamic environment.Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Northern Virginia office is multifaceted, serving as a broad-based legal services provider and as a regional hub for the firm rsquo;s international network. We bring a collaborative approach to meeting our clients rsquo; wide-ranging needs.Our Orange County attorneys understand the dynamic nature of the markets in which our clients do business. Our lawyers are innovative, business-focused and pragmatic, and many are licensed to practice law in more than one state, before state and federal courts, the USPTO, and the International Trade Commission.Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Orlando office is one of the largest law offices in Central Florida, with teams of experienced attorneys practicing in real estate, intellectual property, public finance, structured finance, litigation, land use, hospitality, tax, and corporate and securities.As the historic City of Brotherly Love evolves, Greenberg Traurig Philadelphia attorneys continue to meet, if not exceed, clients rsquo; expectations by providing high quality service and guiding them through a wide range of complex business transactions in an ever-changing marketplace. The Philadelphia office provides legal services in public finance, environmental, gaming, employment, emerging technology, litigation, corporate and securities, real estate, business reorganization and refinance, tax and immigration matters.Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Phoenix office has more than doubled in size since opening in 1999. We are positioned to represent clients doing business in the Southwest and to provide them with local access to resources, as well as the reach of the firm rsquo;s global platform.Greenberg Traurig Sacramento represents companies and trade associations doing business in California, including a long list of Fortune 500 clients. It makes Greenberg Traurig one of the few firms to offer experienced advocacy in California rsquo;s Legislature, state agencies and courts.The Bay Area is an energetic hub for both U.S. and international business, recognized as the world rsquo;s technology center and the West Coast rsquo;s principal banking and financial epicenter. San Francisco is the place to do business for today rsquo;s industry-leading companies and the leaders of tomorrow. It is home to key Internet pioneers, top IT firms, and digital entertainment companies, as well as investors who fund these innovators. In addition, regional headquarters of numerous financial institutions, multinational banks, and Fortune 500 companies are located in the Bay Area.Seoul Practice Brochure For U.S. and international clients, our Korea Practice team serves as a point of access to opportunities in Korea and The attorneys in Greenberg Traurig #39;s Shanghai office work with multilingual colleagues in the U.S. and international offices to advise U.S. and international clients entering the Chinese market, as well as those with established business interests in China.Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Silicon Valley office provides a high-energy, team approach. We provide practical legal services for both emerging growth clients and established public companies, and we counsel today rsquo;s venture-backed and private technology companies striving to become tomorrow rsquo;s Fortune 500.The Tallahassee office provides clients with a wide range of practical legal counsel and services, from dispute resolution and transactional representation to governmental advocacy and day-to-day corporate advice.The Greenberg Traurig Tampa team is committed to providing practical legal counsel, promptly and efficiently, both to individuals and business organizations, from closely held companies to multinational corporations.Our Tel Aviv office serves as a gateway for Israeli businesses and entrepreneurs seeking opportunities around the world, as well as for companies seeking opportunities within Israel. Our attorneys counsel clients in Israel who need U.S. and UK representation, as well as legal services from other international jurisdictions.Tokyo Brochure At Greenberg Traurig, we understand the legal and economic forces that affect our clients rsquo; global business envOur Warsaw office is regularly recognized as a leading law firm in Poland, and our attorneys are consistently ranked among Poland #39;s premier practitioners in numerous practice areas.Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Washington, D.C. office is home to a multidisciplinary team of lawyers and governmental affairs professionals with strategic experience helping companies of all sizes navigate the federal government.Located just 25 miles north of New York City, White Plains has emerged over the past decade as an important regional commercial center. Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Westchester County office advises clients on a wide range of legal matters, providing efficient access to the firm rsquo;s national and international resources.Greenberg Traurig has been an integral member of the Palm Beach County community for more than 30 years, having established its first office in the community in 1984. The attorneys who comprise the West Palm Beach team have traditionally been very active in the community.News amp; EventsNewsroomPress ReleasesMedia ContactsPublicationsAlertsBlogs and SocialPublished ArticlesWeb Presentations/VideosEventsFirm Rankings amp; RecognitionMedia CoverageSearch News EventsFrom:To: PracticeADA, Accessibility, Building amp; Life Safety CodesAmerican Indian LawAntitrust amp; Trade RegulationAntitrust Litigation amp; Competition RegulationAppellateBanking and FinanceBusiness Immigration amp; ComplianceCarbon CreditsCatastrophe Planning amp; ResponseClass Action LitigationClimate ChangeCommercial LitigationConstruction LawCorporate amp; SecuritiesCybersecurity, Privacy and Crisis ManagementDefense amp; Homeland SecurityeDiscovery amp; eRetentionEnergy amp; Natural ResourcesEntertainment and MediaEnvironmentalEnvironmental amp; Toxic Tort LitigationERISA LitigationExport ControlsFederal Regulatory and Administrative LawFiduciary LitigationFinancial Regulatory and Compliance GroupFinancial Services LitigationForeign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) amp; Global Anti-CorruptionFranchise amp; DistributionGlobalGlobal Benefits amp; CompensationGlobal Energy amp; InfrastructureGlobal Human Capital Solutions Global Recovery Global SecuritiesGlobal Trade amp; Investment Globalization amp; CommercializationGovernment Contracts amp; ProjectsGovernment Law amp; PolicyGovernment Litigation Green Building amp; Sustainable DevelopmentHealth amp; FDA BusinessHealth Emergency Preparedness Task ForceInsurance Regulatory amp; TransactionsIntellectual Property amp; TechnologyIntellectual Property LitigationInternational Dispute ResolutionInternational Trade Commission #39;s Section 337 LitigationInvestment Regulation GroupLabor amp; EmploymentLand DevelopmentLand UseLife Sciences amp; Medical TechnologyLitigationMedia amp; Entertainment LitigationMergers amp; AcquisitionsPharmaceutical, Medical Device amp; Health Care LitigationPrivate EquityProducts Liability amp; Mass Torts Project amp; Infrastructure FinanceProposition 65Public FinancePublic InfrastructurePublic-Private Partnerships (P3)Real EstateReal Estate LitigationReal Estate OperationsRestructuring amp; BankruptcySecurities LitigationStructured Finance amp; DerivativesTaxTax amp; Business GroupTechnology, Media amp; TelecommunicationsTrusts amp; EstatesWhite Collar Defense amp; Special Investigations IndustryAdvertising, Marketing, Sweepstakes amp; Promotions LawAutomotive DealershipsEducationEmerging TechnologyEnergy amp; Natural ResourcesEntertainment and MediaFinancial InstitutionsGamingGlobal Aircraft amp; Equipment Finance and LeasingGlobal Human Capital SolutionsHospitalityInsurance Regulatory amp; TransactionsLife Sciences amp; Medical TechnologyNanotechnologyPharmaceutical, Medical Device amp; Health Care LitigationPublic-Private Partnerships (P3)Public UtilitiesReal EstateReal Estate FundsReal Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)Retail Sports Facilities and Entertainment VenuesTechnology, Media amp; TelecommunicationsTransportationUnclaimed Property amp; Escheat LocationAlbanyAmsterdamAtlantaAustinBerlin #172; Berlin-GT Restructuring #175; Boca RatonBostonBrexitBrochuresChicagoComplaintsDallasDelawareDenverDutch EnglishEnglishFort LauderdaleGT #26481; #20140; #27861; #24459; #20107; #21209; #25152; #65288; #26085; #26412; #35486; #65289;GermanGermanHoustonLas VegasLondon*Los AngelesMexico City+MiamiNew JerseyNew YorkNorthern VirginiaOrange CountyOrlandoPhiladelphiaPhoenixPolishSacramentoSan FranciscoSeoul #8734;ShanghaiSilicon ValleySponsorshipsTallahasseeTampaTel Aviv^Tokyo #164;Warsaw~Washington, D.C.West Palm BeachWestchester CountyFeatured News amp; Events11.18.162016 Texas General Election Results11.18.16China Newsletter, Fall 2016 / No. 3511.18.16The Knowledge Group #39;s #8220;Distressed Debt Investing in the Oil and Gas Industry: Opportunities and Challenges in 2016 quot; LIVE Webcast11.17.16DC Appellate Practice Regional CLE program 11.16.16Houston #8217;s former top finance official joins local law firm Houston Business JournalCareersAssociatesResidentsLaw StudentsParalegalsBusiness StaffOpeningsAttorneysBusiness StaffBerlinLondonLondon TraineesWarsawHiringWe look for lawyers who are driven to build interesting and productive careers. In doing so, among the many things we assess are academic excellence, leadership talents and business savvy ( quot;3-D quot; skills). The endgame of our hiring is to recruit those who are personally committed to the highest standards of excellence and efficiency and who bring individuality, and, therefore, the potential to make unique contributions to the Greenberg Traurig community.Career DevelopmentGreenberg Traurig #39;s career programs are directed at helping lawyers at each step in their development. The programs are designed to support and empower our attorneys so they thrive in their work, in their client relationships and as part of our community. The programs nurture two dimensions of professional development: growth and advancement around a set of core competencies; and the cultural freedom to leverage their unique talents.We're Built for ChangeThe marketplace is changing at light speed. So is the law. That #39;s why being at the top in business is about tomorrow, not today. And why businesses expect lawyers who are built for change. We #39;ve built a law firm of approximately 2000 lawyers in 38 locations that #39;s focused on helping businesses navigate change.BREAKING - BREXIT raquo;Greenberg Traurig Mexico City Celebrates 5th Anniversary In honor of its fifth anniversary, Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Mexico City office is celebrating with a series of events, including client seminars and an anniversary celebration. READ MORE raquo;Kristine Feher Named in 'Top Women in Law'Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Kristine J. Feher has been named to the New Jersey Law Journal rsquo;s quot;Top Women in Law quot; list. The NJLJ interviews Feher in this feature article. READ MORE raquo;Greenberg Traurig Texas Grows Former Houston City Controller Ronald C. Green has joined Greenberg Traurig as a shareholder in the Houston office, continuing the firm rsquo;s strategic growth in Texas. Associates Kristin H. Agnew and Amanda McKinzie have also joined the Houston and Dallas offices, respectively. READ MORE raquo;Instagram鈥檚 New Update and What it Means for Influencers In this Glossy.co article, Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Danielle N. Garno discusses the new shopping feature that is now part of the Instagram app and what that means for influencers and brands. READ MORE raquo;Maria Sendra Joins Greenberg Traurig Silicon Valley Maria Sendra has joined Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Silicon Valley office as a shareholder in the Corporate amp; Securities Practice. READ MORE raquo;Personal Responsibility and Company Taxes William H. Gorrod and Bradley R. Marsh authored this article for Small Biz Resources that discusses smart planning regarding the responsibility of company taxes for entrepreneurial ventures. LEARN MORE raquo;
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Home|About Us|Experience|People|Locations|News amp; Events|Careers|Site Map|Terms and Conditions|Cookie Policy|Contact UsSafe Harbor Data Privacy Policy copy;2016 Greenberg Traurig, LLP. All rights reserved. Attorney Advertising.GT Locations: AlbanyAmsterdamAtlantaAustinBerlin #172; Berlin-GT Restructuring #175; Boca RatonBostonChicagoDallasDelawareDenverFort LauderdaleHoustonLas VegasLondon*Los AngelesMexico City+MiamiMilan - A GT Strategic AllianceNew JerseyNew YorkNorthern VirginiaOrange CountyOrlandoPhiladelphiaPhoenixRome - A GT Strategic AllianceSacramentoSan FranciscoSeoul #8734;ShanghaiSilicon ValleyTallahasseeTampaTel Aviv^Tokyo #164;Warsaw~Washington, D.C.West Palm BeachWestchester CountyDisclaimers:*Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s London office is operated by Greenberg Traurig, LLP (a UK registered entity), an affiliate of Greenberg Traurig, P.A. (a Florida registered entity) and Greenberg Traurig, LLP (a New York registered entity). Greenberg Traurig in the UK is a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales under number OC 346053 and is a multinational practice of Solicitors and Registered Foreign Lawyers authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). Click here for the SRA Code of Conduct.+Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Mexico City office is operated by Greenberg Traurig, S.C., an affiliate of Greenberg Traurig, P.A. and Greenberg Traurig, LLP.^Greenberg Traurig #39;s Tel Aviv office is a branch of Greenberg Traurig, P.A., Florida, USA.~Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Warsaw office is operated by Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak sp.k., an affiliate of Greenberg Traurig, P.A. and Greenberg Traurig, LLP. Certain partners in Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak sp.k. are also shareholders in Greenberg Traurig, P.A. Click here for the Legal Notice under the Polish Commercial Companies #39; Code. infin;Greenberg Traurig #39;s Seoul office is operated by Greenberg Traurig LLP Foreign Legal Consultant Office. Greenberg Traurig LLP Foreign Legal Consultant Office is a foreign legal consultant office approved by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Korea. Under the Foreign Legal Consultant Act of Korea, Greenberg Traurig rsquo;s Seoul office is only allowed to provide legal advice with respect to US law, with respect to treaties of which the United States is a party, and with respect to universally recognized customary international law. Our Seoul office is allowed to represent clients in international arbitration cases when US law is applicable. As a Foreign Legal Consultant Office, we may not render legal advice on Korean law matters. curren; Greenberg Traurig Tokyo Law Offices are operated by Greenberg Traurig Horitsu Jimusho, an affiliate of Greenberg Traurig, P.A. and Greenberg Traurig, LLP. not; Greenberg Traurig #39;s Berlin office is operated by Greenberg Traurig Germany, LLP, an affiliate of Greenberg Traurig, P.A. and Greenberg Traurig, LLP. Notice. macr; Berlin - GT Restructuring is operated by K ouml;hler-Ma Geiser Partnerschaft Rechtsanw auml;lte, Insolvenzverwalter. Notice.Google Translate Disclaimer:Google Translate is a machine translation offered by Google and not Greenberg Traurig. To learn more, visit: http://translate.google.com/about/intl/en_ALL/ pThe Home page Power Search allows you to search within specific sections of the Web site. For example, if you are searching for quot;antitrust quot; and you only wish to see results within the People biography section, then you may check only the People section and perform your search. This will ensure your results are tailored to your specific request.
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