Top Washington Science & Technology Lawyers - District Of Columbia

  • 1401 Eye Street, Northwest,Suite 800 Washington DC 20005 38.901764 -77.0322

    Polsinelli chose to locate its Washington, D.C. office in the heart of the city with close proximity to the White House, the Capitol and the United States Congress, as well as to federal departments, regulatory agencies and the federal courts. The expansion to Washington in 2005 was part of the firm’s strategy to provide its clients with access to the resources of the federal government....

  • 5335 Wisconsin Avenue, NW,Suite 440 Washington DC 20015 38.960163 -77.08542

    Located in Washington, D.C., the Technology Law Group offers unmatched representation and support to companies in the telecommunications and technology industries that have serious and pressing legal issues affecting their operations. Serving a diverse range of clients throughout the United States, our law firm's team of seasoned, top-rated attorneys possess decades of combined legal experience in...

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