- Wired into Washington.
Wiley Rein is now Wiley. We’ve shortened our name because we’re more focused than ever. In the era of the megafirm touting its global addresses, we took a fundamentally different approach. We possess a focused mindset, a single location, an elite collection of practices and a total mastery of all things DC.
- Felt across the world.
Our location and practices may be focused, but our impact is felt everywhere. It reverberates in headlines, is quoted in precedents, and, most importantly for our clients, it’s reflected in their advancement.
A Focused Mindset
We don't attempt to be all things to all people, which is precisely what makes us so effective in the areas in which we concentrate. Our core practices—all industry leaders—are built upon an enormous depth of experience.
We are a nexus here, and we know an exceptional amount about the industries in which we focus. What follows are our observations and insights into the most pressing issues our clients face, both today and beyond.
- AlertFederal Circuit Decision on Pharmaceutical Product Country of Origin ...February 19, 2020
- Press ReleaseWiley Brief Urges Supreme Court to Consider Cybersecurity Risks in Major ...February 19, 2020
- AlertUSTR Strengthens Subsidy Investigations by Removing Developing ...February 14, 2020
- Press ReleaseWiley Partners with Washington Bar Association for Feb. 18 Black History ...February 14, 2020
- ArticlePolitical Intelligence and Government Contracting: Impact of ...February 13, 2020
- Press Release
Wiley Named an Insurance ‘Practice Group of the Year’ by Law360February 11, 2020
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- What We ValueThe power of perspectives.
A Single Office
Our single office model unites us in ways that are highly beneficial to our clients and our culture. Everybody here – from senior leadership to our newest of associates – interacts under one roof. We know each other well and move in unison to get things done.
In the spotlight.
Ted, the firm’s Pro Bono Partner and chair of the American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Legal Aid and Indigent Defendants, was quoted in an ABA Journal article about a shortage of attorneys in rural parts of the country.
Duane, a partner in the TMT; Privacy, Cyber & Data Governance; and Fintech practices, authored an article for Bloomberg Law titled “INSIGHT: AI Tech in 2020 – Balancing Regulation With Innovation.”
Kat, associate in the TMT and Privacy, Cyber & Data Governance practices, was a featured speaker at a workshop on “Hot Issues in Data Privacy” during the ABA Forum on Communications Law’s 25th Annual Conference.
Erik, partner in the Environment & Product Regulation Practice, authored a blog post for the Wiley Environmental Law Line (The WELL) titled “Will EPA Look Inside Your Walls?”