1775 I Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20006-2401
United States of America
Phone: (202) 721-4600
Fax: (202) 721-4646
Since its inception in 1972, Hughes Hubbard’s Washington, D.C. office has remained rooted in the Firm’s traditional practices - litigation, arbitration and corporate transactions - and also has developed regulatory and substantive specialties typically found in sophisticated Washington practices, including antitrust and trade regulation, government contracts, securities regulation and enforcement, and international trade.
Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution remain the backbone of our Washington practice. Our litigators handle cases throughout the world in a broad range of substantive areas. Washington office litigators are actively engaged in trials and appeals in federal and state courts across the country. D.C. lawyers are also highly experienced as advocates and arbitrators in domestic and international arbitration, and serve in senior positions with U.S. and international arbitration organizations.
Washington, with New York, form the core of Hughes Hubbard’s Antitrust Practice Group; which represents U.S. and foreign clients in antitrust litigation and in civil and criminal investigations, and counsels clients on a full range of antitrust and trade regulation issues. The Washington office is the base for the Firm’s International Trade Practice Group, which represents clients in trade matters under U.S. trade and customs law, NAFTA, the GATT, WTO and other agreements. The office also is the center of Hughes Hubbard’s securities regulation and enforcement practice, which represents private and public companies, underwriters, broker-dealers, investment advisers and other professionals in all types of securities and commodities investigation and litigation. The Washington corporate practice specializes in negotiation and implementing innovative joint ventures and strategic alliances, and has particular expertise in representing U.S. and foreign government entities in the disposition of assets