Nixon Peabody has been a trusted partner to organizations in the Capital Region for more than 25 years. Our attorneys work collaboratively with clients to marshal the region’s vast technical and human resources. The attorneys and staff in our Albany office work in concert with our colleagues around the country and overseas to help our Tech Valley clientele confront their increasingly diverse local issues, and project and protect their interests beyond this region.
The Albany office provides a full-service platform for Capital Region clients looking for guidance on a broad range of legal matters. We have the experience to identify opportunities and provide innovative solutions in all sectors of the economy. Our attorneys service an array of industries, including digital and traditional media, health care, energy, financial services, education, and government. Our practices area include construction law; corporate and business matters; health services; energy and environmental law; litigation; mergers and acquisitions; government compliance and investigations; capital financing; labor and employment; private equity fund formation; intellectual property; and the formation, financing, and growth of business enterprises.
We’re proud that the office space we occupy attained Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Silver certification from the U. S. Green Building Council in 2009—a showcase of our support for sustainable building practices and a healthy work environment.
Nixon Peabody’s attorneys and staff in Albany have a rich history of supporting the communities in which we live and work. The Albany office annually provides in excess of 800 hours of pro bono services, working primarily with the Legal Aid Society of Northeast New York to assist individuals in Schenectady, Albany, and Troy with landlord/tenant, immigration, asylum, domestic relations, and estate planning issues in local family courts, city courts, and the Supreme Court. The members of our office also dedicate time and effort to coordinate the commitment of office resources to address local needs, enabling us to better match our capabilities and assets to the local challenges at hand.