Professional services firms must consider the myriad of legal issues that may arise as they become more complex. We regularly represent consulting firms, law firms, human resource agencies, credit reporting agencies, brokerage firms, accounting firms, money management firms and software development companies. We have experience in a broad range of business and finance transactions including securities offerings, outsourcing and the negotiation of credit facilities. The firm’s business and finance attorneys work closely with the employee benefits, intellectual property and tax teams on multiple business transactions including, corporate spin-offs, acquisitions and strategic alliances.

In addition, we have experience with tax and employee benefits planning and counseling, patent planning, counseling, prosecution and litigation, and trademark counseling and litigation. While we try to help companies avoid litigation, when necessary we have experience with complex commercial litigation, bankruptcy, antitrust matters and white collar crime and special investigations.

The firm also offers broad experience in the related practice areas of Labor & Employment, Insurance Recovery, and Construction & Infrastructure.

Professional Services

Experience Highlights

Restrictive covenant litigation for EyeWonder in New York federal court and in arbitration
The firm served as lead counsel for EyeWonder, Inc. in the Southern District of New York to enforce restrictive covenants when its former head of more
$375 million syndicated multicurrency revolving credit facility provided to a publicly-held contract staffing firm
Represented a lead agent and lead arranger in connection with $375 million syndicated multicurrency revolving credit facility provided to a more
In the Matter of TALX Corporation
Represented TALX Corp. in connection with an antitrust enforcement action brought by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) challenging a series of more
Mr. Electric Corp. v. Reiad Khalil, et. al.
Achieved a win on behalf of our client, The Dwyer Group, and specifically its Mr. Electric subsidiary, against Alber Electric, a business operated by more