Reed Smith

Are you ready to link in with a global relationship law firm that has more than 1,800 lawyers in 26 offices throughout the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East? We’re ready for you. Founded in 1877, we represent leading international businesses, from Fortune 100 corporations to mid-market and emerging enterprises. We are strategically located in areas of the world where our clients need us most. As a leading international law firm, we give clients experienced global perspectives, coupled with local market insight. With our reach, and our relationships, we deliver the results clients are looking for.
From Financial Services to Life Sciences, from Energy to Entertainment, Reed Smith has premier capabilities focused on fast-evolving global industries. Significant clients throughout the world turn to us to handle their high-stakes, high-profile matters. Our advantage is our lawyers practicing in these industry areas know their clients' business and legal needs inside and out.
Company Growth (employees)
Pittsburgh, US
Size (employees)
3,415 (est)
Reed Smith was founded in 1877 and is headquartered in Pittsburgh, US

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Jane Howard

Jane Howard

Professional Liability & Commercial Litigation Partner

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Reed Smith has offices in Pittsburgh and New York
Pittsburgh, US (HQ)
225 Fifth Ave
New York, US
599 Lexington Ave

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Fintech patents jump in "arms race" between banks and startups

The number of patents being filed for financial technology have jumped amid an "arms race" between fintech startups and banks, new figures reveal. Global fintech patents have grown by 49 per cent in the past five years, reaching 9,545 in 2016 according to official global filings. “The surge in…

For Syrian Girl in Need of Medical Care, Trump’s Travel Ban Adds to a Nomadic Tragedy

The parents of Sham Aldaher, who has a rare birth defect, had cleared all security checks and were planning to settle the family in the United States, but their plans are now blocked.

‘I saw being autistic as an employment opportunity, not a weakness’ | Saba Salman

Young autistic people want to be accepted by employers for who they are, says award-winning campaigner Jonathan AndrewsJonathan Andrews was once advised to hide his autism from prospective employers. Instead, he is making his name by doing just the opposite.“I saw it [being autistic] as an opportuni…

Leading New York Law Firms Lag in Including Women and Minorities

Some of the nation’s most profitable firms were required for the first time to complete a benchmarking survey to give a better picture of their makeup.

Get rich or try dying – how musicians’ estates are the biggest earners in pop

Michael Jackson’s estate made $115m last year – proof that artists’ work can carry on making a fortune after their death. From Nick Drake to Elvis, it’s about selling an artist as if they are still alive – and learning how to say noThe real financial winner in music this year may not be Beyoncé, or …

Top execs are expecting global IPO activity to re-ignite in the next year

Senior business figures expect the global IPO window to re-open in the next 12 months following a slow start to 2016. Figures from Mergermarket show that global initial public offering (IPO) volume fell 38 per cent year-on-year in the first half of 2016, from 544 deals in the first six months to …
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