Nutter McClennen and Fish

Seaport West
155 Seaport Boulevard
Boston, MA 02210
Phone: 617-439-2000
Fax: 617-310-9000
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About the Firm

Offering comprehensive, cutting-edge legal services in areas of Intellectual Property, Litigation, Business, Real Estate, Tax, and Labor & Employment, Nutter McClennan and Fish LLP is a Boston-based law firm. The firm has a diverse client base that includes prominent players in the flourishing Banking, Real Estate, Technology, and Life Sciences sectors. The focus of the firm is personalized client service and extensive involvement by the firm’s partners in all cases irrespective of the client’s business size.  A team comprising of subject-matter experts and lawyers is carefully chosen for each case. The goal is to arrive at a lean but efficient staffing so that the delivery of legal services by Nutter McClennan and Fish LLP is agile, cost-effective, and meticulous.
Nutter McClennan and Fish LLP was established in 1879 by Louis D. Brandeis and Samuel D. Warren. The two founding fathers made the firm successful by providing progressive business counsel to the burgeoning industries in New England, handling the filing of patents internationally, and formidably arguing cases in front of the U.S. Supreme Court. Their legal services marked by pragmatism, dedication, and integrity continue to be an inspiration for the firm’s attorneys.
Louis D. Brandeis is also credited for the creation of pro bono tradition in the United States. The attorneys at Nutter McClennan and Fish LLP adhere to his beliefs and show immense dedication towards pro bono work and community involvement. The firm is a founding member of Pro Bono Institute’s Law Firm Pro Bono. It provides direct legal services to several charitable projects such as Political Assylum/Immigration (PAIR) Project, Healthy Kids Legal Network, New England Innocence Project, etc. Moreover, the attorneys at Nutter McClennan and Fish LLP play an active role in Bar Associations, Charitable Boards, Business Leagues, and Political Service to give back to the community in which they work.


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Areas of Law

  • Antitrust
  • Banking & Financial Services
  • Business/General Corporate
  • Commercial Finance
  • Education
  • Emerging Companies/High Technology
  • Energy Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Government Investigations and White Collar Defense
  • Hedge Funds
  • Insurance
  • Intellectual Property
  • Labor, Employment and Benefits
  • Land Use, Permitting and Development
  • Litigation
  • Litigation: Data Security Breach and Privacy
  • Litigation: Data Management and Discovery
  • Mergers & Acquisitions and Private Equity
  • Nonprofit Organizations
  • Nutter Charitable Advisors
  • Private Client Services
  • Product Liability Litigation
  • Public Finance
  • Public Policy
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Real Estate Fund Formation
  • Securities
  • Securities Enforcement and Litigation
  • Tax
  • Trusts & Estates
  • Venture Capital
  • Workout, Restructuring and Bankruptcy

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:Can you mention a few leading attorneys at Nutter Mcclennen And Fish law firm?

A:The firm has a number of attorneys working under its name. They have helped take the firm to heights of success. Each attorney is specialized in a certain practice area and works in relevant cases. Here are a few leading attorneys working for Nutter Mcclennen and Fish law firm: Peter Nils Baylor, Kenneth R. Berman, Lisa Adams, Constantine Alexander, Nelson, G. Apjohn, Paul J. Ayuob, Julie Barry, and Michelle L. Basil.

Q:Can you give some information about the history of Nutter McClennen and Fish LLP?

A:Nutter McClennen and Fish LLP was founded in 1879 by Louis D. Brandeis and Samuel D. Warren. Both attorneys joined hands to open up a legal firm in Boston. These renowned attorneys were known for their legal experience and skill. Dedication, commitment, and innovation were the key goals they wanted to achieve, and with the passage of time these factors have become embedded in the firm's culture.

Q:Can you name a few pro bono projects of Nutter Mcclennen Fish LLP?

A:Nutter Mcclennen Fish LLP has always been a huge contributor in the field of pro bono work. It has set up a number of pro bono projects currently which include the following: Division of unemployment (DUA), Political asylum immigration project, Woman's bar foundation family law project for battered women, healthy kid's legal network, veteran's consortium pro bono program, and more. These programs have been designed to help various social groups in the economy.

Q:Nutter Law Firm specializes in which key practice areas?

A:Nutter Law Firm is one of the nation's oldest and most recognized law firms. It offers legal services in a diverse group of practice areas which are: banking and financial services, public policy, real estate law, mergers and acquisitions, environmental and energy law, commercial law, labor employment and benefits, bankruptcy, product liability, tax, trusts, intellectual property, construction litigation, and many more.

Office Location

Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP

Seaport West
155 Seaport Boulevard
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