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Nixon Peabody San Francisco is a local law firm with international reach. Focusing on corporate law, intellectual property, real estate, labor and employment and litigation, we provide sophisticated strategies and innovative solutions for our clients, regardless of market size or corporate structure. Our multi-disciplinary teams have the comprehensive knowledge to handle all your legal matters. With more than 600 attorneys in 16 offices around the world and an efficient, personalized approach, Nixon Peabody offers mega-firm results with boutique client service.

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In January 2019, NP San Francisco opened a larger, more versatile office that embodies our vision- a diverse, modern law firm. We have greater opportunities for collaboration and additional space for business and educational programs.

Signet furloughs workers, appoints accounting officer

JCK Magazine | March 31, 2020

This leading trade publication in the jewelry industry quotes San Francisco Labor and Employment associate Hillary Baca, who explained in a recent industry webinar why many employers prefer furloughs to layoffs during this time of economic uncertainty.

Employers with skeleton crews are on the hook for their safety

Bloomberg Law | March 26, 2020

San Francisco Labor and Employment associate Rachel Conn discusses some of the methods employers are using to keep essential employees safe during the coronavirus outbreak—from staggered shifts to reconfigured work spaces.

California ramps up tenant protections as state shuts down

Commercial Observer | March 20, 2020

Los Angeles office managing partner Justin Thompson, of the Affordable Housing and Real Estate practice group, talks about California’s proposed moratorium on commercial evictions. Justin notes that tenants who do not pay their rent may face negative contractual consequences even they are not evicted.

One of your employees is diagnosed with coronavirus What now

CNN Business | March 13, 2020

San Francisco Labor and Employment associate Rachel Conn discusses the steps employers should take if they learn that an employee has contracted coronavirus, including reaching out to local health authorities and notifying employees, customers, and vendors.

The Coronavirus checklist: Nine steps to protect your company

Bloomberg Businessweek | March 03, 2020

In this article, San Francisco Labor and Employment associate Rachel Conn suggests that employers coping with coronavirus impacts create a communicable illness policy that outlines what illnesses are covered, employees’ obligation to report them, and employers’ communications practices during an outbreak.

Workflows

Bloomberg Law | February 25, 2020

This round-up of personnel moves in the legal industry features the selection of San Francisco Complex Commercial Disputes partner Matt Richards as Nixon Peabody’s new pro bono partner.

On the Move

San Francisco Daily Journal | February 24, 2020

San Francisco Complex Commercial Disputes partner Matt Richards, who became the firm’s new pro bono partner on February 1, talks to the Daily Journal about his new role and the connections between pro bono and his day-to-day litigation practice.

Coronavirus putting crimp on firms doing business in China

Rochester Business Journal | February 21, 2020

Rochester Corporate partner Jeremy Wolk authored this column about how employers with business operations in China are responding to the coronavirus outbreak and related travel restrictions. The article is based on an alert by Hong Kong Corporate partner David Cheng, Los Angeles Labor and Employment partner Benjamin Kim, San Francisco Labor and Employment senior counsel Jeffrey Tanenbaum and associate Rachel Conn, and Director of Global Strategies David Kaufman

On the Move: Tracking the ins and outs of California lawyers

The Recorder | February 21, 2020

The appointment of San Francisco Complex Commercial Disputes partner Matt Richards to pro bono partner is included in this roundup of notable executive news.

From eyeglasses to backpacks, Bay Area firms scramble as coronavirus closes Chinese factories

San Francisco Chronicle | February 07, 2020

This article quotes Director of Global Strategies David Kaufman discussing the enormous supply chain impact from the lockdown of manufacturing and high-tech hub Wuhan, China, and its surrounding region.

Coronavirus closes China to the world, straining global economy

The Wall Street Journal | February 03, 2020

This article quotes San Francisco Labor and Employment associate Rachel Conn discussing how employers are reacting to a wave of travel cancellations, store closures, and supply chain disruptions caused by the spread of coronavirus. Click here to read the article.

California 2020 Vision: HR will see a year of litigation, legislation and more

Society for Human Resource Management | January 10, 2020

This article features San Francisco Labor and Employment partner Jeff Tanenbaum discussing the changes in the definition of employee and employer that come from California’s recent passage of AB5.

California Employers Should Start Working on Violence-Prevention Plans

Society for HR Management | December 09, 2019

In this article, San Francisco labor and employment associate Rachel Conn provides her insights related to the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health’s draft regulation on workplace-violence prevention programs.

New California law redefines who gets employment benefits. The lawsuits are just starting.

The Sacramento Bee | December 09, 2019

San Francisco labor and employment partner Bonnie Glatzer is quoted in this article about California’s Assembly Bill 5, a new law that redefines how companies classify employees and who qualifies to receive full employment benefits.

The Generals’ Next War

Best Lawyers | October 21, 2019

San Francisco Affordable Housing & Real Estate partner Alison Torbitt wrote this contributed article analyzing the increasing appetite among employees and investors for corporate social responsibility and environmental, social and governance standards. Alison also writes about how companies’ general counsels can participate in these initiatives.

San Francisco airport will price into market hungry for California paper

Bond Buyer | August 09, 2019

This article mentions Nixon Peabody’s role as disclosure counsel in San Francisco International Airport’s upcoming pricing of $1.2 million in revenue bonds.

Decline in Chinese FDI affects industries in US, from tech to real estate to Hollywood

China Daily | July 26, 2019

This article quotes Director of Global Strategies David Kaufman on the outlook for cross-border investment between the United States and China, which is likely to include a reduced focus on high tech but new opportunities in tourism, travel and education.

What trade trouble? China loosens foreign ownership of financial sector one year early

Forbes | July 20, 2019

This Forbes article describing China’s efforts to open its market to foreign investors.

U.S. releases new guidance on status of on-demand service providers

Rochester Business Journal | June 28, 2019

Rochester Corporate partner Jeremy Wolk wrote this contributed article outlining new guidance from the Department of Labor on whether “gig economy” workers should be considered independent contractors or employees.

How to contact your customers without getting sued

Bloomberg Law | June 11, 2019

San Francisco Complex Commercial Disputes partner Karl Belgum wrote this contributed article explaining that businesses need to perform a self-assessment of the risks of automated customer contact, given the FCC’s failure to clarify the scope of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

INSIGHT: California overhaul of injury recordkeeping rules just a start

Bloomberg Law | June 04, 2019

San Francisco Labor and Employment associate Rachel Conn wrote this contributed article outlining California’s recent actions to strengthen its occupational safety record-keeping rules in response to weakened protections at the federal level.

Law360 reveals 400 largest US firms

Law360 | May 12, 2019

Nixon Peabody is mentioned in this article as No. 77 on this year’s Law360 list of the 400 largest U.S. law firms.

Exercise your way to becoming a smarter lawyer

Law.com | April 23, 2019

San Francisco Corporate partner and M&A and Corporate Transactions team leader Tom Gaynor is quoted in this article about how exercising has positive benefits for brain function and productivity.

On the Move: Tracking the ins and outs of California lawyers

Law.com | April 14, 2019

The elevation of Corporate partner Karen Ng to office managing partner in San Francisco is highlighted in this roundup of new hires and promotions across the California legal market.

High court hints at 3 possible outcomes in deference fight

Law360 | March 25, 2019

San Francisco Complex Commercial Disputes partner Karl Belgum wrote this contributed article outlining the arguments in a Supreme Court case addressing the appropriate level of deference federal courts should give to administrative agencies in interpreting statutory language.

4 New considerations in California real estate law

Law360 | March 14, 2019

San Francisco Affordable Housing & Real Estate associate Ian O’Banion wrote this contributed article outlining four significant changes in California real estate law and how they will impact commercial landlords, tenants and developers.

Brown reaches $3.5M deal to close book on ERISA suit

Law360 | March 12, 2019

Providence Complex Commercial Disputes partner Steve Richard and San Francisco Labor and Employment counsel Chuck Dyke are mentioned in this article for their representation of Brown University in a matter involving employee retirement savings accounts.

What construction attorneys must know about drones

Law360 | February 12, 2019

San Francisco Complex Commercial Disputes partner Aldo Ibarra is quoted in this story about the FAA regulations governing the use of drones on construction sites, and how many builders aren’t aware of the latest rules.

ICE sued for docs on detained immigrant transfer policies

Law360 | January 14, 2019

San Francisco Complex Commercial Disputes partner Matt Richards is quoted in this story about Nixon Peabody’s representation of Human Rights Watch in a pro bono lawsuit seeking detained immigrant transfer records from ICE. San Francisco Complex Commercial Disputes associate Will Lisa is also mentioned.

UPS egress citations, settlement could put logistics firms on notice

Bloomberg Environment | January 10, 2019

San Francisco Labor & Employment partner Jeff Tanenbaum is quoted in this article on a recurring set of safety issues identified by OSHA at a UPS distribution center in Ohio.

Job moves

Financial Times | December 17, 2018

Nixon Peabody’s strategic addition of San Francisco Corporate partner Lior Zorea is included in the Financial Times’ daily email newsletter.

Movers & Shakers

The Deal | December 12, 2018

Nixon Peabody’s strategic addition of San Francisco Corporate partner Lior Zorea is covered in this roundup of executive news in the M&A, private equity and venture capital spaces.

Nixon Peabody snags corporate pro for San Francisco office

Law360 | December 11, 2018

San Francisco Corporate partner Lior Zorea’s arrival at Nixon Peabody is featured in this article, which highlights Lior’s experience in emerging growth companies, venture capital and M&A in the tech industry.

Nixon Peabody beefs up corporate practice with new hire

PE Hub | December 10, 2018

The arrival of San Francisco Corporate partner Lior Zorea is covered in this article by PE Hub, a top publication covering venture capital and private equity fundraising. Lior is quoted in the piece, along with San Francisco Office Managing Partner Tom Gaynor and Corporate practice group leader David Martland of Boston.

Financial advisory firm fights NYU ERISA suit at 2nd Circuit

Law360 | December 02, 2018

New York City Complex Commercial Disputes partner Kristin Jamberdino and San Francisco Labor & Employment counsel Chuck Dyke are mentioned in this article as counsel for the financial advisory firm Cammack in a dispute regarding retirement plans for workers at New York University.

Constellation Brands/Canopy Growth Corp.

The American Lawyer | November 30, 2018

Nixon Peabody is mentioned as U.S. counsel for longtime client Constellation Brands in its acquisition of a 38 percent stake in Canopy Growth Corp., a Canadian distributor of cannabis products. The following attorneys were members of the deal team: Rochester Corporate partner Lori Green, Boston Global Finance partner Craig Mills, Washington, D.C. Corporate partner Lloyd Spencer, San Francisco Global Finance counsel Sarah Abel, Buffalo Global Finance associate Dan Fabian, Rochester Corporate associate Isaac Figueras, and Washington, D.C. Corporate associate Pierce Han.

The story behind the nation's first standalone LGBTQ+ accelerator, which graduates its 20th startup today

Entrepreneur | November 28, 2018

San Francisco Office Managing Partner Tom Gaynor is featured in this article about how a personal experience with anti-LGBTQ discrimination led to his role in the creation of the StartOut Growth Lab, the first standalone business accelerator for LGBTQ+ entrepreneurs. StartOut graduated its third cohort of businesses on Thursday.

High court decision on review expands landowners' options

Law360 | November 26, 2018

San Francisco Energy and Environmental partner Alison Torbitt is quoted in this article analyzing the Supreme Court’s decision to return to the Fifth Circuit a key case concerning federal agency authority and landowners’ rights in determinations about land protection.

How should discharges to groundwater be regulated?

Rochester Business Journal | November 22, 2018

Rochester Corporate partner Jeremy Wolk wrote this contributed column on recent cases involving the Clean Water Act and discharges to groundwater, drawing from an alert by San Francisco partner Alison Torbitt, Albany associate Dana Stanton and senior environmental health engineer Libby Ford, all of the Affordable Housing & Real Estate group.

How should discharges to groundwater be regulated?

Rochester Business Journal | November 22, 2018

Rochester Corporate partner Jeremy Wolk wrote this contributed column on recent cases involving the Clean Water Act and discharges to groundwater, drawing from an alert by San Francisco partner Alison Torbitt, Albany associate Dana Stanton and senior environmental health engineer Libby Ford, all of the Affordable Housing & Real Estate group.

Florida jury clears aircraft maker in personal injury suit

Law360 | November 18, 2018

Long Island partner Joe Ortego, San Francisco partner Brian Dalrymple and Buffalo associate Erik Goergen, all of the Complex Commercial Disputes practice group, are mentioned in this story for securing a jury trial victory for Daher-Socata Aerospace in a complex, three-week trial in Florida.

Hertz workers' wage, rest break certification bid hits speed bump

Law360 | November 04, 2018

San Francisco Labor & Employment partners Bob Dolinko and Seth Neulight and Los Angeles Labor & Employment associate Irene Scholl-Tatevosyan are mentioned in this article for their representation of Hertz in a matter regarding employees wage and rest break.

The 1993 March on Washington remembered (photo essay)

Los Angeles Blade | September 22, 2018

Nixon Peabody last week co-sponsored a bicoastal celebration of the 25th anniversary of the 1993 March on Washington, a watershed event in the LGBTQ equality movement. San Francisco Office Managing Partner Tom Gaynor is pictured and quoted in this photo essay looking back at the March.

ABA calls on firms to pledge to tackle lawyer mental-health and substance-use issues

ABA Journal | September 09, 2018

The following coverage notes Nixon Peabody as one of the first law firms in the country to sign a pledge as part of the American Bar Association’s new health and wellness campaign to reduce substance use and improve mental health in the legal profession.

Accelerating success

Delta Sky Magazine | August 31, 2018

This article about startup incubators and accelerators highlights how Nixon Peabody partnered with a national nonprofit to create the StartOut Growth Lab, an accelerator for LGBTQ entrepreneurs.

Tough California hospital worker safety rules here to stay

Bloomberg Law | August 12, 2018

San Francisco Labor and Employment partner Jeff Tanenbaum is quoted in this article discussing the new Cal/OSHA standards for workplace safety in health care professions.

Deal makers in China-Hollywood express concern over impact of trade tensions

Forbes | July 30, 2018

Director of Global Strategies David Kaufman is quoted in this article about the impact of U.S.-China trade tensions on Hollywood deals.

Doc’s Lab, Doc Ricketts find new owner in Sonoma wine veteran

San Francisco Chronicle | July 29, 2018

Nixon Peabody is mentioned in this article for representing a Sonoma winemaker who acquired an iconic San Francisco comedy club, bar and restaurant after it was abruptly closed and put up for sale.

Trade tensions impacting US-China collaboration in entertainment industry

The Orange County Register | July 26, 2018

Director of Global Strategies David Kaufman is quoted in this article discussing how the fraught relationship between the U.S. and China is altering the business landscape. “There is tension between the United States and China and that’s really affected the size of the deals that are going on,” he said.

Legal implications of 3D printing in construction loom

Engineering News-Record (ENR) | June 27, 2018

San Francisco complex commercial disputes associate Aldo Ibarra wrote this contributed article on the legal implications of the increasing use of 3D printers in large-scale construction projects.

Top 40 under 40

Los Angeles Daily Journal | June 24, 2018

Los Angeles corporate partner Ellie Altshuler was named as one of the top 40 attorneys in California under the age of 40 by the Los Angeles Daily Journal.

The new civil right: How the LGBTQ community can knock down barriers to economic empowerment

San Francisco Business Times | June 14, 2018

Nixon Peabody and San Francisco office managing partner Tom Gaynor is featured in this article about the importance of making economic empowerment the next goal of the LGBTQ rights movement.

LGBT pride: Weighing the state of equality in the law

Law360 | May 31, 2018

San Francisco office managing partner Tom Gaynor and Los Angeles intellectual property partner Seth Levy are quoted in this story on the strides LGBT attorneys have made in the legal industry.

Must California employers pay for every second worked?

SHRM.com (Society of Human Resource Management) | May 07, 2018

San Francisco labor and employment partner Seth Neulight is quoted in this article analyzing a California Supreme Court case, Troester v. Starbucks, that could decide whether employers there must pay employees for ‘de minimis’ time—amounts of working time that are hard to track.

Passenger growth helps spur San Francisco airport's newest bond offering

The Bond Buyer | May 06, 2018

Nixon Peabody is mentioned in this article as disclosure bond counsel for San Francisco International Airport, the seventh busiest airport in the world, which will issue $900 million in bonds this month.

Law360 names attorneys who moved up the firm ranks in Q1

Law360 | May 06, 2018

In this roundup of promotions to partner and firm management positions, 14 attorneys from Nixon Peabody are highlighted. The 11 attorneys promoted to partner are Ellie Altshuler, Mark Beaudoin, Erik Birkeneder, Hannah Bornstein, Chris Browning, Barry Carrigan, Keri McWilliams, Matt Mullen, Steven Richard, Charles Tamuleviz and Alison Torbitt. In addition, Kenneth C. Lind was promoted to leader of the firms’ public finance practice group, Justin Thompson was promoted to office managing partner in LA, and Aaron Yowell was promoted to chief innovation officer.

Time to express interest in federal water infrastructure loans

Law360 | April 28, 2018

San Francisco energy and environmental partner Alison Torbitt, New York City project finance partner Scott Singer and Rochester senior environmental health engineer Libby Ford co-wrote this article outlining an EPA loan program for new water infrastructure projects.

New remedial actions for tax-advantaged bonds and P3s

Law360 | April 19, 2018

Nixon Peabody public finance partners Travis Gibbs of San Francisco and Mitch Rappaport, Bruce Serchuk and Carla Young of Washington DC co-wrote this analysis on the new IRS procedures that can be used “to cure impermissible use of bond-financed projects.”

Startup Hosts Team-Building Events for Big Employers to Boost Morale

San Francisco Business Times | April 04, 2018

Nixon Peabody’s StartOut business incubator in San Francisco is mentioned in this article about CultureForce, one of the startups headquartered there.

Rights Group Sues DHS for Info on Asylum Seekers

Law360 | March 25, 2018

San Francisco commercial litigation partner Matt Richards and associate Christina Fletes are mentioned in this article for representing pro bono client Human Rights Watch in a FOIA dispute with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

The Delayed Final Rule and Disability Claims Procedures: Are You Ready? Do You Have to Be?

Journal of Compensation and Benefits | March 19, 2018

Labor and employment associates Claire Rowland and Jenny Holmes authored this article about key changes and impact of the U.S. Department of Labor’s updated regulations for required disability claims procedures (Final Rule) going into effect on April 1, 2018.

5 Ways to Avoid Legal Heartache from Office Romance

Law360 | February 15, 2018

San Francisco labor and employment partner Seth Neulight is quoted in this article discussing why employers have an interest in regulating or managing workplace romances, and examining the pitfalls of so-called “love contracts” governing relationships between colleagues.

How Law Firms and Law Schools are Capitalizing on Cryptocurrency And Blockchain

San Francisco Business Times | January 31, 2018

This article mentions Nixon Peabody’s new Blockchain Technology and Smart Contacts team, which includes Rochester labor and employment practice group leader Eric Paley, San Francisco counsel Dan Valles and nearly 60 additional attorneys across offices and practice groups.

Nixon Peabody opens tech incubator for LGBTQ entrepreneurs

ABA Journal | November 30, 2017

This article features Nixon Peabody San Francisco office’s StartOut Growth Lab, an incubator for LGBTQ entrepreneurs. Office managing partner Tom Gaynor is quoted for launching the initiative.

How can health care workers who refuse to get flu shots be accommodated?

SHRM.com | November 05, 2017

San Francisco labor and employment associate Rachel Conn is quoted in this article about how employees should handle requiring flu shots for health care workers.

At this unusual startup accelerator, being gay is a prerequisite 

San Jose Mercury News | October 29, 2017

In this article about StartOut Growth Lab, the first startup accelerator for LGBTQ entrepreneurs based in Nixon Peabody’s San Francisco office, the firm is mentioned for its role in providing legal advice and office space.

Seth Neulight shining moment for a disabled veteran

Bloomberg BNA | October 25, 2017

This feature highlights San Francisco labor and employment partner Seth Neulight’s pro bono work with Swords to Plowshares, a nonprofit organization serving veterans in Northern California.

Intellectual Property, International Scale

USF Lawyer | September 21, 2017

In this USF Lawyer “Alumni News” column (page 29) and on the USF Law School website, On Lu is featured for his focus on monetizing intellectual property, as well as his role as a USF alumnus.

Alumni Honor the ‘Yoda’ of the Academic Support Program

USF Lawyer | September 21, 2017

This USF Lawyer article (page 9) describes On Lu’s leadership of the #RoastCarol campaign to create a $100K endowment to fund USF’s diversity recruiting and mentoring initiative.

Wake up call: Uber close to hiring a top legal executive, reports say

Bloomberg Law: Big Law Business | September 17, 2017

This news roundup mentions the StartOut Growth Lab, an LGBT startup accelerator based in Nixon Peabody’s San Francisco office.

Nixon Peabody's on-site incubator a boost for LGBT entrepreneurs

American Lawyer, National Law Journal, Law.com | September 13, 2017

San Francisco office managing partner Tom Gaynor and IP counseling and transactions partner On Lu are quoted in this feature article about the StartOut Growth Lab, an LGBT startup accelerator based in Nixon Peabody’s San Francisco office.

Wells Fargo creates event spaces for Bay Area nonprofits

San Francisco Business Times | August 20, 2017

This article about Wells Fargo’s new shared workspace for nonprofits mentions how Nixon Peabody’s San Francisco office has also opened its space to nonprofit organizations.

First-half muni issuance was down in the Northeast

The Bond Buyer | August 17, 2017

This coverage notes Nixon Peabody’s jump from ninth to fourth place in Thomson Reuters’ list of top bond counsel for Northeast bond issuance for the first half of 2017.

San Francisco bans salary history questions

Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) | July 20, 2017

San Francisco labor and employment partner Seth Neulight is quoted in this article about San Francisco’s Parity Pay Ordinance, which blocks all employers from asking applicants about their salaries.

Here's how businesses are welcoming nonprofits to share their space

San Francisco Business Times | July 19, 2017

San Francisco office managing partner Tom Gaynor is quoted extensively in this feature on the San Francisco office’s StartOut Growth Lab. The article highlights the program, the inspiration behind how it got started, and the synergies between Nixon Peabody and StartOut.

Dodd-Frank leaves muddle on forced arbitration of whistleblower claims

Reuters | July 04, 2017

San Francisco labor and employment partner Bonnie Glatzer is quoted in this article about whether whistleblowers are entitled to sue their employers under the Dodd-Frank Act’s anti-retaliation provisions.

Law firm lends office space support to new LGBTQ startout lab

San Francisco Chronicle | June 24, 2017

San Francisco M&A and corporate transactions partner Tom Gaynor is quoted throughout this feature about the San Francisco office’s StartOut Growth Lab. The article highlights the program, the reasons behind it, and the collaboration between Nixon Peabody and StartOut.

Vitamin C antitrust case could trip Trump up on trade

Law360 | June 23, 2017

San Francisco commercial litigation senior counsel John Foote is quoted in this article about a case involving accusations that certain Chinese pharmaceutical companies fixed prices on vitamin C sold to U.S.

Tell employees what not to wear this summer

SHRM | June 11, 2017

San Francisco labor and employment partner Seth Neulight is quoted in this article about summer dress code policies.

Crowdfunding your startup guide to EB-5 financing for startups

Medium | May 24, 2017

San Francisco M&A and corporate transactions partner Jinjian Huang and associate Sterling Chan co-authored this column about how startups can leverage the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program as a source of financing.

Pol says city should help employees buy out their retiring bosses

Crain’s New York | May 23, 2017

San Francisco labor and employment partner Karen Ng is quoted in this article about NYC Public Advocate Letitia James’ policy brief advocating for employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs) as a succession plan for employees of businesses whose owners are preparing to retire.

Making harassment hotlines work

Human Resources Executive | May 07, 2017

Boston labor and employment partner David Rosenthal is quoted in this article about considerations human resources executives should make regarding harassment hotlines for employees.

Law360 names attys who moved up the firm ranks in Q1

Law360 | April 27, 2017

This article mentions recent leadership promotions at the firm including David Brown, Jared Lusk, Jim Vallee, Graham Beck, Kathleen Ceglarski Burns, Emily Crandall Harlan, Daniel Gibbons, Linda Huber, Ilana Kameros, Haydon Keitner, Darren Miller, Neal Pandozzi, Edward Puerta, Stephen Reil, and Elizabeth Young.

Legal Risks of Using Automated Drones in Construction

Engineering News-Record (ENR) | April 26, 2017

San Francisco commercial litigation partner Matt Richards and associate Aldo Ibarra contributed this article about legal risks construction companies should consider as automated drone technology becomes more widely used in the industry. Click here to read the full article.

Legal risks of using automated drones in construction

ENR | April 26, 2017

San Francisco commercial litigation partner Matt Richards and associate Aldo Ibarra contributed this article about legal risks construction companies should consider as automated drone technology becomes more widely used in their industry.

Start Out partners with Nixon Peabody for first-ever diversity-focused law accelerator

Nibletz: The Voice of Startups Everywhere Else | April 25, 2017

San Francisco office managing partner Tom Gaynor is quoted in this article about the new StartOut Growth Lab in Nixon Peabody’s San Francisco office.

Location

One Embarcadero Center

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San Francisco, CA 94111

Phone: 415-984-8200

Fax: 415-984-8300

Key Contacts

Karen D. Ng

Partner
Office Managing Partner, San Francisco

kng@nixonpeabody.com

Phone: 415-984-8298

Diana L. Kenneally

Office Administrator

dkenneally@nixonpeabody.com

Phone: 415-984-8414

Jeanne Whitney

Marketing Contact

jwhitney@nixonpeabody.com

Phone: 617-345-1390

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