The New York Times Building
620 Eighth Avenue
New York, NY 10018
Since opening in 1997, Goodwin’s New York has rapidly expanded. We’re now ranked in the top 25 law firms in size with headquarters outside of New York. Attorneys in our New York location specialize in intellectual property and patent litigation (the firm represents the largest generic drug manufacturer in the world), products litigation and counseling, white collar crime and government investigations, financial services, private equity, corporate M&A, real estate capital markets, tax, financial restructuring, and employment. Jennifer Bralower leads the firm’s business law group in New York; Glenn Kerner leads the New York litigation team.
In the spring of 2008, Goodwin’s New York office relocated to the New York Times Building at 41st Street and Eighth Avenue. Just a block from Times Square, at the heart of Manhattan’s famous theatre district, we are not only conveniently located but environmentally savvy: Goodwin is one of the largest tenants in this eco-friendly building. Some of the city’s best restaurants and shopping districts in New York are within walking distance; the subway, Penn Station and Port Authority are nearby.
A Note About Coronavirus: A dangerous respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus (COVID-19) originated in Hubei Province, China in January 2020, and has now spread well beyond China. To ensure the safety of all our colleagues, clients and visitors in Goodwin offices around the globe, the firm has adopted a visitor policy, which can be found here.