Nixon Peabody’s Manhattan office serves the New York City business community and is a focal point for national and international activities. The office features nearly 100 attorneys, who work in practices that reflect New York City’s economic prominence.
We offer leading, multi-disciplined practices in public, corporate, and project finance; capital markets and securitization; real estate and real estate finance; tax credit and syndication; affordable housing; energy; bankruptcy and restructuring; and commercial litigation, including government investigations and white collar defense. Our cross-disciplinary approach among practice groups allows our attorneys to provide integrated legal services while representing state and local governmental entities, public and private companies, multi-national corporations, educational and cultural institutions, individual investors and financial institutions, and financial services firms.
Nixon Peabody has a rich history of supporting the communities in which we live and work. Members of our New York City office have aided battered women’s shelters, advocated on behalf of the homeless and victims of domestic violence, helped countless nonprofit organizations to incorporate and secure tax-exempt status, aided several refugees fleeing persecution in their home countries to win asylum in the United States, and handled matters that range from adoption to immigration.
- Annual Meetings Tip Toward Business, Less Pleasure
Buyouts | May 10, 2013
Partner and leader of the firm’s Private Equity & Investment Funds practice John Koeppel and Albany Private Equity & Investment Funds partner Todd Tidgewell discuss the current state of annual meetings for limited partners in the private equity industry.
- Could your Organization be Subject to False Claims Penalties for ICD Procedures
The Advisory Board Daily Briefing | May 3, 2013
New York City Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner David Feldman participated in this Q&A discussing the impact of Department of Justice investigations into implanted cardioverter defibrillator procedures and recommendations for providers.
- NY Anti-Corruption Legislation Could Be A Game-Changer
Law360 | April 17, 2013
Buffalo government investigations & white collar defense partner Mark Molloy, Washington, DC, associate Emily Harlan and New York City associate J. Michael Smith co-authored this column discussing proposed legislation in New York, called the “Public Trust Act,” which would create a new class of public corruption crimes.