The "wild West" days of Silicon Valley are no longer, and law firms have increasingly been turning their attention westward, seeking to establish a presence in the Bay Area amid the tech and life sciences boom. Founded in Boston by two Harvard classmates, Goodwin has since expanded internationally, with more than 1,200 lawyers across 13 offices. It opened its Palo Alto office in 2007 — the firm's fifth in California — focusing on IP, securities litigation, and corporate practices. Goodwin runs what it calls a "capital-meets-innovation" platform, advising both investors and innovators in the financial, private equity, technology, and life sciences industries. Read the article in Business Insider here.
In The Press October 16, 2020