Perkins Coie

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    Perkins Coie is a provider of legal advisory services. Its practice areas include business law, bankruptcy and restructuring, environment and natural resources, estate planning and trust services, finance, intellectual property, labor and employment, litigation, product liability, real estate and land use, regulatory and government affairs, and taxation. The company serves businesses of various sizes as well as public and not-for-profit organizations.

    HQSeattle, US
    Employee Ratings4.2
    Overall CultureA-

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    Employees (est.) (Nov 2020)2,721
    Cybersecurity ratingCMore

    Key People/Management at Perkins Coie

    William Malley

    William Malley

    Managing Partner, Management Committee Chair
    Toby Brown

    Toby Brown

    Chief Practice Management Officer
    Steven Hedberg

    Steven Hedberg

    Chief Operating Officer
    Genhi Givings Bailey

    Genhi Givings Bailey

    Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer
    Gavin Cullen

    Gavin Cullen

    Chief Administrative Officer
    Jennifer Bluestein

    Jennifer Bluestein

    Chief Talent Officer
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    Perkins Coie Office Locations

    Perkins Coie has offices in Seattle, Anchorage, Austin, Bellevue and in 16 other locations
    Seattle, US (HQ)
    1201 3rd Ave #4900
    Anchorage, US
    1029 W 3rd Ave #300
    Austin, US
    500 W 2nd St #1900
    Bellevue, US
    10885 NE 4th St #700
    Boise, US
    1111 W Jefferson St #500
    Chicago, US
    131 S Dearborn St #1700
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    Perkins Coie News and Updates

    An inside look at how Big Law firm Perkins Coie built up a diverse attorney base, winning major clients like Microsoft and Intel

    Summary List Placement Law firms, like much of corporate America, are under renewed pressure to increase diversity among their ranks.  Just 20% of equity partners at large US law firms are women, and only 7.6% are people of color, found a 2019 report by the National Association for Law Placement. R…

    New sessions announced at TC Early Stage from Dell, Perkins Coie and SVB

    Early-stage founders have about a zillion questions and face a battalion of challenges to get their businesses up and running. That’s why we created TechCrunch Early Stage, a two-day, virtual and highly interactive conference that takes place July 21-22. At TC Early Stage, early founders — from pre-…

    Perkins Coie Selects Wilson Proforma Tracker to Accelerate and Automate the Client Billing Life Cycle

    Wilson Proforma Tracker to enable faster review and more efficient generation and delivery of client bills and greater visibility for firm management

    Perkins Coie joins Accord Project

    Perkins Coie is pleased to announce its partnership with the Accord Project, a consortium dedicated...

    Perkins Coie adds new partner to team

    Law firm Perkins Coie has named Elizabeth Kemery Sipes as a partner, focusing on private investment funds. Previously, she was a partner at Bryan Cave.

    Perkins Coie adds a partner in its emerging companies and VC practice

    Law firm Perkins Coie has appointed Matt Kirmayer as a partner in the emerging companies and venture capital practice. Previously, Kirmayer worked at Lowenstein Sandler LLP in the Palo Alto, California office where he was a member of the tech group.
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    Perkins Coie Blogs

    New California Limited Stay at Home Order

    By Jill Ripke and Lindsay Holloman California has issued a Limited Stay at Home Order (Order) for counties under Tier One (Purple) of California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, requiring that all gatherings with members of other households and all activities conducted outside the residence, lodging…

    NLRB Concludes That COVID-Related Layoff Did Not Violate NLRA

    By Jill Ripke and Katelyn Sullivan The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) released an advice response memo concluding that a claim that a construction company violated the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) “by laying off the charging party in the midst of a purported downturn in business due to…

    Cal/OSHA Proposes COVID-19 Regulations

    By Jill Ripke, Matt Goldberg and Heather Sager On November 12, 2020, California’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health released a draft of its COVID-19 emergency regulation. The California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board will vote on it on November 19, 2020. The proposed regulat…

    COVID-19 Travel Advisory Issued by California, Oregon and Washington state

    By Jill Ripke, Lauren Kulpa, and Brittany Sachs On Friday, November 13, 2020, California, Oregon and Washington issued additional orders related to COVID-19.  The three orders are worded similarly and address Non-Essential Travel (travel that is considered tourism or recreational in nature).  The or…

    New York State Proposes New Cannabinoid Product Regulations

    On October 27, 2020, the New York State Department of Health issued proposed regulations regarding cannabinoid hemp products. These proposed regulations (available here) are open for public commentary until January 11, 2021. They would change how products containing hemp-derived cannabinoids, includ…

    Battling Bedbugs: Massachusetts District Court Allows Case Against Distributor that Created a Competing Product to Move Forward

    In the early 2000s, New York City experienced a surging bedbug epidemic. In response, the company FabriClear created a spray to treat bedbug infestations, which it called “FabriClear” (“the FabriClear Product”). In 2013, FabriClear approached Harvest Direct, a company that markets and sells “As Seen…
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    Perkins Coie Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Perkins Coie founded?

      Perkins Coie was founded in 1912.

    • Who are Perkins Coie key executives?

      Perkins Coie's key executives are William Malley, Toby Brown and Steven Hedberg.

    • How many employees does Perkins Coie have?

      Perkins Coie has 2,721 employees.

    • Who are Perkins Coie competitors?

      Competitors of Perkins Coie include Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, Covington & Burling and Jones Day.

    • Where is Perkins Coie headquarters?

      Perkins Coie headquarters is located at 1201 3rd Ave #4900, Seattle.

    • Where are Perkins Coie offices?

      Perkins Coie has offices in Seattle, Anchorage, Austin, Bellevue and in 16 other locations.

    • How many offices does Perkins Coie have?

      Perkins Coie has 21 offices.