Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati’s main areas of practice include: corporate governance; corporate finance – private equity, capital markets, venture capital, finance and structured finance, fund services and restructuring; mergers and acquisitions; litigation – securities and governance litigation, patent litigation, commercial litigation, consumer litigation, Internet law and strategy, white-collar, board and internal investigations, government investigations, class action litigation, trade secret litigation, employment, appellate and arbitration; intellectual property counseling and transactions – technology transactions, patents and innovation, trademarks and copyright, and post-grant review; antitrust counseling and litigation; employee benefits and compensation; export control and sanctions; FCPA and anti-corruption; energy and infrastructure; privacy and data protection; national security/CFIUS; cybersecurity; Federal Trade Commission; real estate; and tax.
With roots in Silicon Valley and offices in technology hubs throughout the US, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati long has had a national presence with a global reach. In addition, to better serve its clients overseas, the firm opened its first international office, in Shanghai, China, in 2007, and a second international office, in Hong Kong, in 2010. In 2011, the firm opened its first European office in Brussels, Belgium, and in 2012 added an office in Beijing. The firm has developed a wide-ranging international practice, with particular strength in Asia, Europe, and North America. Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati represents both US and foreign clients in a variety of international matters including: cross-border merger and acquisition transactions, joint ventures, foreign investment, branch operations, intellectual property, and litigation.
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati’s client base includes: communications and networking, electronics/computer hardware, information services, life sciences and medical devices, media and entertainment, retail and consumer products and services, semiconductors, software, energy, data storage and cloud, defense and national security, internet, mobile, financial services, global generics, aviation and biotech.