In 1999, the firm established its Miami office to better serve clients in Florida, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. Located in a key business, financial and cultural market, the Miami office is a vital component of the firm's Florida and international practices.
The Miami office includes the firm's corporate, litigation, labor and employment, and international practice groups, as well as serving as the base for our Latin America practice group. Lawyers in the Miami office represent clients in a broad range of issues and advise clients on corporate matters and areas involving real estate, technology, commercial and civil litigation (including state and federal antitrust and unfair competition issues, RICO claims, securities claims, and class-action cases), and trademark and other intellectual property matters. Our vast corporate experience ranges from mergers and acquisitions, to project financings, privatizations, capital markets transactions and cross-border deals.
Hunton & Williams LLP's Miami office has an experienced litigation and labor practice with lawyers practicing before federal and state courts throughout the state of Florida, the United States and in foreign jurisdictions globally. The team has diverse and extensive experience involving class actions, complex commercial litigation, securities, antitrust and intellectual property litigation, First Amendment issues, as well as in the full range of employment collective and individual claims. Our team has handled and tried cases throughout the State of Florida, in both state and federal courts. Our litigators include former law clerks who served on federal courts in Florida and elsewhere, as well as former prosecutors and others with government experience.
The firm has longstanding ties to the Florida business community, and our individual lawyers are highly involved in numerous civic, community service and cultural organizations. The Miami office also has an ongoing involvement in numerous South Florida pro bono and community service projects.