Rochester businesses are transitioning to deliver the next generation of services and technologies. And once again, building on its history of innovation, Nixon Peabody is at the forefront.
We help transform business plans into corporate enterprises, providing financing, intellectual property counsel and other legal services to new and established companies.
And as new businesses emerge in Upstate New York, we continue to support Rochester’s corporate leaders as they evolve and take on the challenges of the current and future business environment. Focused industry teams bring deep experience and honed foresight in the medical technology, financial services, consumer products, food and energy industries. We have the knowledge and experience to help our clients with real estate, workforce, securities and financing needs.
When disputes surface, our litigators and trial lawyers in Rochester combine unmatched tenacity and creativity with their industry knowledge to craft practical and efficient solutions that get clients back to business. Our team members bring the talent, resources and diverse experience of a national law firm to handle the difficult and important issues for businesses, whether complex litigations or class actions, or protection of intellectual property. Together with our colleagues, we appear in courts locally and around the world. And as tomorrow’s entrepreneurs join the ranks of individuals and families who have built successful enterprises in Rochester, our trusts and estates attorneys will assure they have a financial plan for the future.
With deep roots in the Rochester community and steadfast commitment to its future, we are leaders in the community in providing pro bono service and unmatched support to the boards of our newest and oldest cultural institutions, maintaining a diverse workplace and operating with sustainable practices.
- State Bar Chooses Members to Study NY Constitution
New York Law Journal | July 28, 2015
Rochester Commercial Litigation senior counsel Bob Witmer is named as one of 25 members of the New York State Bar Association committee that will study potential changes to the state’s constitution.
- State Offers an Efficient Resource for Business Dispute Resolution
Rochester Business Journal | July 10, 2015
In this monthly “Law” column, Rochester partners Jeff LaBarge and David Tennant discuss efforts by the New York State Supreme Court Commercial Division to improve the litigation process.
- Employers Stay on Path as ACA Upheld
Buffalo Law Journal | July 6, 2015
Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in King v. Burwell, Rochester Labor & Employment partner Kate Saracene discusses the impact on employers.