Since 1984, Hunton & Williams LLP has maintained an office in New York to more seamlessly advise major public companies and financial institutions located in the heart of the world’s financial capital. Today, the office comprises more than 100 lawyers who maintain a diversified practice representing corporate, industrial, financial and governmental entities from around the world in a wide range of business and legal matters.

The firm’s New York-based lawyers are recognized practitioners who routinely advise clients in antitrust, bankruptcy, real estate and litigation matters as well as in capital markets debt and equity financings, asset securitization, and mergers and acquisitions. Our privacy and cybersecurity and structured finance practices are consistently ranked as one of the best in the nation by leading legal guides. Lawyers in the New York office also have significant experience representing clients in energy-related matters such as domestic and international leasing and project finance, in insurance and reinsurance matters, and in complicated, multijurisdictional tax matters requiring coordination with lawyers in the firm’s other offices across the globe.

Public service  is part of our daily practice in Hunton & Williams’ New York office. Our lawyers and staff are committed to pro bono work and serving the communities where we live and work, whether it be by handling difficult cases for individuals seeking asylum from dangerous situations, working with incarcerated women, or serving the US Coast Guard. All of the extraordinary work we do is undertaken with the utmost care and attention. Our community service also extends to serving lunch to senior citizens on a monthly basis, working with various churches and synagogues, and raising money and accepting donations for food pantries.

Cathy M. Rossow, Director of Administration

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  • Hunton & Williams' New York office is located at 200 Park Avenue in the Met Life Building. The main entrance is on 45th Street, between Lexington Avenue and Vanderbilt Avenue. If traveling into Grand Central Station, you may enter the Met Life Building by going up the two sets of escalators in the station. Reception is on the 52nd Floor.

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