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Europe

Our European presence has origins that date back to the 19th century, with predecessor firm Nicholson Graham & Jones and their beginnings in London in 1858. Today, we are strategically located in key cities in the European market. We have lawyers on the ground in Berlin, Brussels, Frankfurt, London, Milan, Munich, and Paris.

Through our integrated network of offices, we represent both local and international clients throughout Europe. Our lawyers understand the legal challenges clients face today, and they have the experience to respond to those needs creatively and efficiently. Our on-the-ground experience and knowledge in each market enables us to give clients valuable insights into local business policies and practices. We have advised multinational companies at every stage of their development in Europe, from local startups, to mid-sized overseas companies looking to enter the market, to experienced global businesses with well-established operations in the region.

Sours: https://www.klgates.com/Europe

Pittsburgh

Established over 75 years ago, our Pittsburgh office was K&L Gates’ first office location and remains one of the largest in both Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania as a whole.

Centrally located in the heart of the Steel City, our Pittsburgh-based lawyers are renowned for developing innovative corporate and litigation solutions for a wide range of leading enterprises based in our region and around the world — often in collaboration with a fully integrated global team.

Our Pittsburgh office’s corporate and business lawyers serve clients in virtually every industry segment. Our corporate team is positioned to help clients across their full spectrum of legal needs, including mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, private equity, finance, corporate governance and counseling, real estate, IP and technology, bankruptcy and restructurings, employee benefits and executive compensation, taxation, labor and employment, health care, tax exempt organizations, and trusts and estates.

Our litigation lawyers are active in numerous courts and in ADR forums in various disciplines, including securities, construction, business torts, bankruptcy, banking, antitrust, white collar crime, product liability, toxic tort, environmental, professional liability, class actions, and employment litigation, among others. Pittsburgh also serves as the focal point for the firm’s nationally recognized insurance coverage practice, primarily representing policyholder clients in the analysis, litigation, and settlement of disputed coverage claims as well as providing a variety of insurance counseling and advisory services. Our Pittsburgh lawyers are also recognized for their work in intellectual property, a vital area in a city brimming with technology and innovation. The work of our Pittsburgh lawyers in the realm of intellectual property litigation includes a landmark patent infringement case for client Carnegie Mellon University, the third largest verdict ever secured from a jury in a U.S. court.

While our legal capabilities and thought leadership are highly regarded, our Pittsburgh office is defined by its role in the community. Throughout the years, the office has become well known for its substantively focused programs. From hosting events for local business and community leaders to actively supporting a number of local charities, sports teams, and professional organizations, we have a long-standing relationship with people and businesses from every corner of the City of Bridges.

Our firm also places high value on its lawyers giving back to the community by providing pro bono services. Collectively, our Pittsburgh lawyers contributed more than 10,000 pro bono hours in 2017. Our pro bono work in Pittsburgh includes our Protection from Abuse team, a program we formed 25 years ago with Neighborhood Legal Services; re-sentencing cases for juvenile criminal defendants; immigration law cases; prisoner civil rights cases; and pro bono CLE training sessions.

Sours: https://www.klgates.com/Pittsburgh-PA
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K&L Gates

K&L Gates LLP is an AmLaw 100law firm based in the United States, with international offices in Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, and South America.[3] Its namesake firms are Kirkpatrick & Lockhart, a Pittsburgh-based firm founded as Kirkpatrick, Pomeroy, Lockhart & Johnson in 1946, and Preston Gates & Ellis, a Seattle firm founded in 1883 whose prominent partners included William H. Gates Sr., the attorney, philanthropist, and father of Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates. Kirkpatrick & Lockhart merged with Preston Gates in 2007 to form K&L Gates, LLP.

Measured by headcount, it was the 12th largest law firm in the United States in 2018.[4][5] The firm delivers legal services at both an individual office level and through nine broad firmwide practice areas: Corporate and Transactional; Energy, Infrastructure and Resources; Finance; Financial Services; Intellectual Property; Labor, Employment and Workplace Safety; Litigation and Dispute Resolution; Real Estate; and Regulatory and Policy, each of which also include a number of subject matter and industry-based practice groups.[6]

As of March 2017[update], the leaders of K&L Gates are James Segerdahl (global managing partner) and Michael Caccese (chairman, management committee).[7]

History[edit]

  • 1946: Pittsburgh-based Kirkpatrick, Pomeroy, Lockhart & Johnson is founded[8]
  • 1883: Preston Gates & Ellis is founded in Seattle,[9] emerging out of the private law offices of Harold Preston.
  • 2005: Kirkpatrick & Lockhart and Nicholson Graham & Jones (founded 1858)[citation needed] merge to become Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham[10]
  • 2007: On January 1, K&L Gates is formed in a merger between Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham and Preston Gates & Ellis to form Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Preston Gates Ellis.[11] The name was later shortened to K&L Gates.
  • 2008: In January, K&L Gates combined with Hughes & Luce, a Dallas-based firm of 150 attorneys with offices in Austin, Dallas, and Fort Worth
  • 2008: In July K&L Gates combined with Kennedy Covington Lobdell & Hickman LLP, a North Carolina-based firm of 200 attorneys with offices in Charlotte, Raleigh, and Research Triangle Park.[12]
  • March 1, 2009: K&L Gates merged with Bell, Boyd & Lloyd, a Chicago-based firm with approximately 215 attorneys with offices in Chicago, San Diego and Washington, D.C.
  • 2013: K&L Gates combined with Australian national firm Middletons with offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, and Brisbane[13]

Ratings and rankings[edit]

U.S. News has given the firm "Tier 1" national ratings in 42 different practice areas, placing it in the top 3 law firms with the most Tier 1 rankings.[14][15] The firm garnered 129 first-tier ratings at the regional/city level across 59 practice groups.[16] Chambers has given the firm a tier 1 national ranking for its Shipping & Maritime Transportation practice, as well as regional tier 1 rankings in: Corporate/Commercial (WA), Environmental (NJ), Bankruptcy and Healthcare (NC), Insurance, Litigation and Corporate (PA).[17]

The firm is ranked #34 in the Top 100 "most prestigious law firms in the country based on the assessments of lawyers at peer firms" by Vault.com.[18]

For three consecutive years (2017-2019) U.S. News has ranked K&L Gates as the top law firm in the U.S. for environmental litigation ("Law Firm of the Year - Environmental Litigation").[19][16] The firm has been named among the "Pacific Northwest Elite" by the website Above the Law, which noted the firm as the "Best Firm for Lobbying Congress in Your Favor".[20]

The firm ranks #41 in the American Lawyer "Global 200" rankings, which ranks firms worldwide by revenue.[4] The legal news site Above the Law ranked the firm number 71 in its 2018 "Power 100" law firm rankings.[21] The Financial Times labeled K&L among the "Most innovative North American law firms 2015: Compliance & technology".[22]

K&L Gates received a 100% rating in the 2018 Corporate Equality Index compiled by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, an LGBT advocacy group.[23] In 2016 the Yale Law Women organization included K&L Gates in the top ten family-friendly law firms.[24] Vault.com has described the firm's “great work-life balance” and "pleasant culture" while also noting a "lack of transparency" at the firm.[25]

Projects[edit]

In 2012 K&L Gates represented Carnegie Mellon University in a patent suit resulting in a jury verdict awarding $1.17B to the university, one of the largest such verdicts at the time.[26]

In September 2014, K&L Gates founded the "Cyber Civil Rights Legal Project". The project initially involves about fifty K&L lawyers working pro bono to assist about 100 victims of "revenge porn". According to the New York Times, the project is believed to be first of its kind at a major United States law firm.[27] By 2016, the project has aided hundreds of victims and has led to a handful of arrests.[28] In April 2017 the project secured an $8.9 million jury award for a King County couple, reportedly the largest award for non-celebrity targets of "revenge porn" to date.[29][30]

In 2016, K&L Gates awarded a $10 million grant to Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) to establish the "K&L Gates Endowment for Ethics and Computational Technologies". This new research center is to explore the ethics of artificial intelligence and establish a biennial conference. The firm has provided legal services to CMU for decades; K&L Gates Chairman Emeritus Charles J. Queenan Jr. once chaired CMU's Board of Trustees.[31][32]

In 2017, K&L Gates announced it would create its own blockchain.[33]

Political contributions[edit]

According to the Center for Responsive Politics, K&L Gates was one of the law firms contributing the most to federal candidates during the 2012 election cycle, donating $1.09 million, 52% to Democrats.[34][35] By comparison, during that same period Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld donated $2.56 million, 66% to Democrats,[34] while oil conglomerate ExxonMobil donated $2.66 million, 88% to Republicans.[36] Since the 1990 election cycle, K&L Gates contributed nearly $12.9 million to federal campaigns, and spent $1.25 million on lobbying since 1999.[37]

Lawsuits[edit]

K&L Gates has faced several lawsuits from former clients, including accusations of breaching fiduciary duties,[38] overbilling,[39] and malpractice.[40]

In January 2020, a worker with anxiety and ADHD sued K&L Gates for disability bias and retaliation after seeking a work-from-home accommodation;[41][42] the suit was later settled out of court.[43] In November 2020, former partner Willie E. Dennis sued the firm alleging that his May 2019 termination was "for complaining about discrimination against Black attorneys and for opposing the sexual harassment of female employees."[44]

Notable lawyers and alumni[edit]

The following attorneys were affiliated with K&L Gates and its immediate predecessor firms, including, e.g., Preston Gates & Ellis; Nicholson Graham & Jones; Kennedy Covington; Hughes & Luce; Bell, Boyd & Lloyd; and Middletons:

  • Bart Gordon, former twelve-term U.S. Congressman
  • Betty Binns Fletcher, United States Circuit Judge of the San Francisco-based United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit between 1979 and 2012. First woman partner of Preston Gates & Ellis (which merged to become K&L Gates).
  • Ignasi Guardans, former Spanish and European Member of Parliament
  • J. Nicholas Ranjan, Judge, United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
  • Bill Neukom, former American Bar Association president and managing partner of the San Francisco Giants[45]
  • Dick Thornburgh, former Attorney General of the United States and two-term Governor of Pennsylvania[46][47][48]
  • Eric Schneiderman, the former New York Attorney General[49]
  • Jack Abramoff, former lobbyist, writer[50][51]
  • James T. Walsh, longtime U.S. Representative from Syracuse, New York[52]
  • John Michael McHugh, United States Secretary of the Army, nominated by President Barack Obama
  • Michael S. Greco, former American Bar Association president[53]
  • Michael C. Ormsby, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Washington
  • Neal Brendel, former player and chairman of USA Rugby, founder of firm's Dubai office[54][circular reference]
  • Rick Santorum, former two-term U.S. Representative, former two-term U.S. Senator and 2012 Republican presidential candidate[55][56]
  • Robert William Davis, longtime US Representative from Michigan
  • Slade Gorton, former two-term U.S. senator[57][58]
  • William H. Gates Sr, attorney and philanthropist. One of the founders of Preston Gates & Ellis[59] (which merged to become K&L Gates). He is the father of Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates.
  • Thomas W. Pomeroy Jr, a founding partner of original Kirkpatrick, Pomeroy, Lockhart & Johnson firm in 1946; served as Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice from 1968-78.

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  30. ^"How One Woman's Digital Life Was Weaponized Against Her". Wired. 14 November 2017. Retrieved 6 December 2017.
  31. ^Markoff, John (1 November 2016). "New Research Center to Explore Ethics of Artificial Intelligence". The New York Times. Retrieved 6 December 2017.
  32. ^Aupperlee, Aaron (2 November 2016). "K&L Gates gives $10M to CMU to study ethics of AI". Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Retrieved 6 December 2017.
  33. ^"K&L Gates to implement private blockchain". ABA Journal. 25 October 2017. Retrieved 6 December 2017.
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  40. ^October 20, Brenda Sapino Jeffreys |; PM, 2020 at 06:31. "Malpractice Suit Against K&L Gates Heads Back to Texas Trial Court". Texas Lawyer. Retrieved 2020-11-15.
  41. ^January 28, Lizzy McLellan |; PM, 2020 at 01:52. "Ex-Staffer Alleges K&L Gates Refused Accommodations for ADHD, Anxiety". The Legal Intelligencer. Retrieved 2020-11-15.
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  45. ^ABA Journal ABA President to Replace Magowan as Managing Partner of San Francisco Giants
  46. ^Thornburgh Shares Lessons From Three Mile Island Crisis
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  49. ^Eric Schneiderman
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  54. ^Neal Brendel
  55. ^10 Things You Didn't Know About Rick Santorum
  56. ^9 Things You Need to Know About Rick Santorum
  57. ^Congress is on a health-reform path that will raise premiums
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  59. ^http://support.wilsoncenter.org/page.aspx?pid=429

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