Edwards Wildman is the result of a merger between two of the most prominent law firms on both sides of the Atlantic. Formerly known as Edwards and Angell, the firm has been part of the legal community for a number of years and has successfully helped thousands of clients with their issues. A successful collaboration between Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP and Wildman, Harold, Allen & Dixon LLP, the firm currently houses more than 600 highly qualified attorneys in 14 offices around the world. The firm practices in the United States, United Kingdom and the Far East and caters to a number of industries. From automotive, aviation and aerospace to retail industry and consumer products, Edwards Wildman is extensively experienced and aims to provide its clients with logical legal solutions.
The attorneys at Edwards Wildman specialize in a number of areas of law that range from Antitrust and Business to Tax, Benefits and Compensations. Over the years it has been associated with a number of landmark cases where the firm has successfully represented both private clients and multinational corporations. Edwards Wildman is the recipient of numerous industry awards and has been recognized for its unrelenting commitment to client needs and providing honest and unbiased advice in both civil and corporate matters. Apart from being recognized by the Chambers in the U.S, UK, and Asia Pacific in over 35 categories, the firm has also been honored by the BTI Survey of Fortune 1000 Companies. The firm’s enormous success has not prevented it from fulfilling its founding principles of social justice and giving back to the community. Edwards Wildman has an extensive pro bono program that represents a number of clients in unemployment compensations, refugee/asylum law, artists & arts organizations and civil rights/constitutional challenge cases. This rare combination of professionalism is the result of what Edwards and Angell stood for. Today, the simple notion of justice for all is the defining factor for this firm’s popularity and reverence throughout the international legal community.