Since opening in 1992, Reed Smith’s Princeton office has grown to become one of the area's largest, with approximately 50 lawyers. The Princeton office is well-known for representing corporate and individual clients in a wide variety of areas, including products liability (for pharmaceutical medical device and aircraft manufacturers), health care (regulatory and litigation), life sciences transactions (mergers and acquisitions, complex collaborations, securities, and a broad scope of operations matters), financial services (litigation and real estate finance), data privacy, renewable energy, employment, general commercial litigation and estate planning. The Princeton office is ideally situated with its proximity to both New York City and Philadelphia.
The lawyers in Princeton work with a number of well-regarded and respected businesses and organizations, among them Bank of America, NA, Wells Fargo, NA, GSK, United Airlines, Royal Bank of Scotland, Merck, Novo Nordisk, Capmark, GE Healthcare, DUSA Pharmaceuticals and C. R. Bard.
The Princeton lawyers successfully defend clients in a number of high-profile health and financial putative class action and mass tort cases; handle sophisticated life sciences transactional work; guide companies through mergers and acquisitions; counsel clients on data privacy issues; represent both lenders and borrowers on various real estate transactions; counsel clients on both reductions-in-force and anti-discrimination policies; and help individual clients with estate planning.
In addition to maintaining their practice, several of the Princeton lawyers serve as members of nonprofit boards of trustees, including Big Brothers Big Sisters, Homefront and the Philharmonic Orchestra of New Jersey (a/k/a The Discovery Orchestra). Several of the Princeton lawyers also chair sections of the New Jersey Bar Association, including Banking and Renewable Energy.
Please contact Princeton Office Managing Partner Diane Bettino at +1 609 514 5962 for more information about the legal capabilities of our Princeton office.