Wiley Rein

    OverviewSuggest Edit

    Wiley Rein is a law firm. The firm's attorneys practice in diverse specialties of law including aviation, bankruptcy, business and finance, environment, communications, election law, employment, food and drug, franchise, government contracts, health care, insurance, intellectual property, international trade, litigation, privacy and white-collar crime.

    TypePrivate
    Founded1983
    HQWashington, DC, US
    Websitewiley.law
    Employee Ratings3.5
    Overall CultureC+

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Sept 2021)518
    Cybersecurity ratingAMore

    Key People/Management at Wiley Rein

    Kay Nash

    Kay Nash

    Chief Talent Officer
    Diana Courson

    Diana Courson

    Chief Marketing Officer
    Jim Goehrig

    Jim Goehrig

    Chief Information Officer
    Anne de Fontenay

    Anne de Fontenay

    Chief Financial Officer
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    Wiley Rein Office Locations

    Wiley Rein has an office in Washington
    Washington, DC, US (HQ)
    1776 K St NW
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    Wiley Rein Financials and Metrics

    Summary Metrics

    Founding Date

    1983

    Wiley Rein Cybersecurity Score

    Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

    A

    94/100

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    Wiley Rein Online and Social Media Presence

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    Wiley Rein Company Culture

    • Overall Culture

      C+

      69/100

    • CEO Rating

      A

      80/100

    • Compensation

      D

      55/100

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    Wiley Rein Blogs

    2BInformed: Engaging with EPA, OSHA’s New Regulation, and Asbestos

    Posted by Erik C. Baptist, Charlotte BertrandIn this episode of 2BInformed, Erik Baptist and Charlotte Bertrand provide advice on the do’s and don’ts when engaging with EPA, discuss OSHA’s Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for regulations that protect workers from heat, and preview the potenti…

    What is “Zero Emissions”? A Look Under the Hood of the Infrastructure Bills

    Posted by Brett MarstonWhat does “zero-emissions” mean, exactly? Even when the focus is on tailpipe emissions alone (and not on upstream emissions or production and the supply chain), multiple definitions abound. And sometimes, when there are multiple visions, confusion follows.

    No Showing of “Appreciable Prejudice” Required Because Insured Violated Consent to Settle Provision

    Posted by Elizabeth FisherThe United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, applying New Jersey law, has held that an insurer can deny coverage under a claims-made policy, without demonstrating “appreciable prejudice,” if the insured fails to comply with a clear condition precedent to cover…

    Fifth Circuit Holds That Settlement Obligations Create Legal Liability to Pay and Constitute “Loss” Under D&O Policy

    The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, applying Texas law, held that an insurer was potentially liable for settlement payments its insured made to a claimant who had threatened legal action, even where the claimant never filed suit and the statute of limitations on the underlying …

    Insured’s False “Expression of Personal Belief or Opinion” Insufficient to Warrant Rescission of Policy

    Posted by William F. Knauss, IIIApplying Ohio law, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held that an insured’s incorrect “expression of personal belief or opinion” in a renewal application only rendered the policy voidable, not void ab initio. Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s of L…

    Starting 2BInformed: The Inaugural Episode of the Series, ‘2BInformed,’ with Baptist and Bertrand

    Posted by Erik C. Baptist, Charlotte BertrandIn this episode of 2BInformed, Erik Baptist and Charlotte Bertrand discuss EPA’s PFAS Reporting Rule, Tiered Data Rule, and PIP (3:1) compliance deadline extension.
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    Wiley Rein Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Wiley Rein founded?

      Wiley Rein was founded in 1983.

    • Who are Wiley Rein key executives?

      Wiley Rein's key executives are Kay Nash, Diana Courson and Jim Goehrig.

    • How many employees does Wiley Rein have?

      Wiley Rein has 518 employees.

    • Who are Wiley Rein competitors?

      Competitors of Wiley Rein include Jones Day, Squire Patton Boggs and Taylor Wessing.

    • Where is Wiley Rein headquarters?

      Wiley Rein headquarters is located at 1776 K St NW, Washington.

    • Where are Wiley Rein offices?

      Wiley Rein has an office in Washington.

    • How many offices does Wiley Rein have?

      Wiley Rein has 1 office.