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Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, now in its seventh decade, is a widely respected law firm, now one of the largest in the US. The firm has 1200 lawyers in 13 offices, including US offices in Dallas, Houston, Miami, New York, Silicon Valley and Washington, DC, and European offices in Brussels, Budapest, Frankfurt, Munich, London, Prague and Warsaw and Asian offices in Singapore and Shanghai.
WGM serves a remarkably diverse client base, including many of the leading companies in their fields, both in the United States and worldwide. Weil, Gotshal & Manges has the breadth of a full-service law practice with vast experience in virtually all areas of the law. The firm's departments are business finance and restructuring, business and securities litigation, corporate, corporate governance, litigation, real estate, tax, trade practices and regulatory law, and trusts and estates. However, its many targeted interdisciplinary practice groups range from energy to project finance to high technology.
Weil, Gotshal & Manges has experienced steady growth, from 150 lawyers in 1976 to its current size of 1200. The firm's strength is derived from its diversity, and WGM expects to continue to grow as it anticipates and responds to the changing needs of a dynamic client base.
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