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Womble Carlyle’s Tysons Corner office has one focus – our clients. Our core clientele is the fast growing middle market government contracting and technology (including IT and life sciences) companies that are central to the Northern Virginia and Washington business community. We provide mergers and acquisition (M&A) representation to these companies, including the range of legal services that they need to grow and position themselves, e.g., traditional corporate, government contracting, intellectual property licensing, patent, employment, litigation, and real estate. While we are focused on middle market companies, we include in our portfolio of clients many promising emerging growth companies, large companies and investors. Our transactions range in size from under $10 million to over a billion dollars.
Our Tysons Corner clients include:
Working closely with our colleagues in our Washington, DC and Baltimore offices, our local team includes more than 60 lawyers including:
Our local team also works very closely and seamlessly with other Womble Carlyle attorneys in a multi-disciplinary approach to meet the specific requirements of each client and transaction.
Our Tysons Corner office continues to grow and position itself as a leader in the Greater Washington, DC/Baltimore legal and business communities. We are excited to be located in the heart of those communities and to have the opportunity to use our resources to help our clients achieve their most ambitious plans and goals.
Although a voluntary federal program, E-Verify participation is required by many states to ensure a legal workforce.
Womble Carlyle and Bond Dickinson are partnering with the George Washington University Center for Law, Economics & Finance to present the third FinTech Forum: The Global Reach of Financial Innovation.
On January 31st, the MIT Enterprise Forum of Washington, D.C. and Baltimore will present a session on “Executive Storytelling: How Leaders Use Stories to Lead.” The event takes place at 6 p.m. at Womble Carlyle’s Northern Virginia office.