Latham & Watkins Office in Washington DC

Washington, D.C.

555 Eleventh Street, NW, Suite 1000
Washington, D.C., 20004
United States
+1.202.637.2200

Latham’s Washington, D.C. office — more than 350 lawyers strong — offers clients powerhouse corporate capabilities, regulatory insights, as well as litigation and trial strength.

We have built a remarkable track record of navigating the federal government — in the courts, the White House and Executive Branch agencies, as well as Congress. As a group, we draw on experience serving in a wide variety of senior roles within the federal government, so we can advise clients based on deep knowledge of the inner workings of government.

We regularly represent clients facing criminal, civil, and congressional investigations, litigation in all US courts, and the full range of commercial disputes. Our courtroom victories regularly earn Latham recognition from National Law Journal as among the very best litigators and trial lawyers in Washington.

Unique among firms in the capital, we combine classic litigation and regulatory practices with our premier transactional practices, which include the largest and most successful corporate/M&A, capital markets, private equity, and leveraged finance practices in Washington.

Giving Back

As one of the world’s largest pro bono providers, Latham takes on matters in nearly every area of public interest law. In Washington, D.C., some of our key pro bono causes include advocating for asylum seekers, reuniting immigrant and refugee families, and safeguarding tenants’ rights, veterans’ rights, and civil rights.

 

Latham’s Washington, D.C. office — more than 350 lawyers strong — offers clients powerhouse corporate capabilities, regulatory insights, as well as litigation and trial strength.
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January 10, 2023Recognition

Litigator of the Week Runners-Up and Shout Outs

Latham recognized for representing a defendant in an alleged Medicare-related kickback scheme involving a clinical research program testing for opioid addiction risk which concluded with prosecution dropping all charges.