When you join Fried Frank, you become part of an elite team. All of our practices and industry groups are well-regarded and many are truly in a class by themselves—acknowledged as the best among law firms.

Our Corporate practice continues to build on its historic strengths. In the past five years alone, we’ve completed over 500 M&A deals worldwide worth well over US$1.5 trillion, as well as more than 300 debt and equity offerings—both public and private—with an aggregate value of approximately US$150 billion. During the same period, we helped hedge funds and private equity funds raise more than US$100 billion. Much of this work was completed in the aftermath of the global financial crisis.

Our Real Estate practice is widely admired for its legal acumen, its strategic sophistication, and its ability to facilitate innovative and highly complex transactions anywhere in the world. Our lawyers have handled many of the most celebrated real estate deals of the last few decades.

When it comes to Litigation, our lawyers are especially adept at combining deep legal knowledge and trial prowess with a thorough understanding of the business issues at stake for our clients. From international arbitration and complex commercial litigation to securities enforcement, internal investigations and white collar criminal defense, we help clients resolve their most critical disputes.

Our Bankruptcy and Restructuring practice has participated in some of the most high-profile bankruptcies and restructurings of recent years, representing a diverse array of debtors and creditors in a multitude of circumstances.

All of our practices are greatly enhanced by our strategic regulatory capabilities in the areas of tax, antitrust, derivatives, intellectual property, executive compensation & employee benefits and environmental law, as well as international trade and investment, corporate governance and global corporate compliance. Our multidisciplinary teams continue to make indelible marks on commercially significant industries such as aerospace and defense, technology and energy and commodities.