|Kutak Rock LLP|
|No. of offices||16|
|No. of attorneys||more than 450|
|Major practice areas||general corporate, corporate finance, real estate, litigation, banking and financial institutions, bankruptcy, intellectual property and technology, labor and employment, employee benefits, privacy and data security, construction, securitization, tax, tax credits, health care, public finance, insurance, mergers and acquisitions, REITs, EB-5 investor program, federal practice, energy, international trade, product liability, mass torts, telecommunications, environmental, government relations, agribusiness and antitrust matters.|
|Key people||David A. Jacobson, Chairman|
|Founder||Robert J. Kutak, Harold L. Rock and William Campbell|
|Company type||Limited liability partnership|
Kutak Rock LLP is national law firm with more than 450 attorneys in 16 offices around the nation serving local, regional and national clients in a multidisciplinary practice. Offices are located in Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Fayetteville, Irvine, Kansas City, Little Rock, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Philadelphia, Richmond, Scottsdale, Washington, D.C. and Wichita.
The firm was founded in 1965 by Robert J. Kutak and Harold Rock. Robert Kutak, a founder of the firm, chaired the American Bar Association commission which developed the new Model Rules of Professional Conduct and rewrote ethical standards for lawyers; today, the ABA offers a legal education award named for him. He was also instrumental in purchasing and preserving the Omaha Bank Building for use as the firm's main office. He died of a heart attack in 1983, at age 50.
Kutak Rock has large practices in general corporate, corporate finance, real estate, litigation, banking, bankruptcy, intellectual property and technology, labor and employment, employee benefits, securitization, tax, tax credits, health care, public finance, insurance, federal practice, environmental, government relations and antitrust matters.
Notable lawyers and alumni
- David Karnes, former U.S. Senator for Nebraska, is of counsel to the firm.
- Robert Kutak, founder of the firm and Chairman of the American Bar Association's Special Commission on Evaluation of Professional Standards 
- Bart McLeay, candidate for United States Senate for Nebraska in 2014.
- Atlanta, Georgia
- Chicago, Illinois
- Denver, Colorado
- Fayetteville, Arkansas
- Irvine, California
- Kansas City, Missouri
- Little Rock, Arkansas
- Los Angeles, California
- Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
- Omaha, Nebraska
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Richmond, Virginia
- Scottsdale, Arizona
- Washington, D.C.
- Wichita, Kansas