Saul Ewing

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Saul Ewing LLP
Saul Ewing logo.png
Headquarters Centre Square II
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
No. of offices 11
No. of attorneys approximately 240
No. of employees approximately 300
Major practice areas Litigation, Corporate, Public Finance, Real Estate
Key people Barry Levin, Managing Partner
Date founded 1921
Founder John G. Johnson
Company type Limited liability partnership
Slogan Macro View. Micro Focus. One Law Firm.
Website
www.saul.com

Saul Ewing LLP is an East Coast law firm. It has 11 regional offices in Baltimore, Maryland; Boston, Massachusetts; Chesterbrook, Pennsylvania; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Newark, New Jersey; New York, New York; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Princeton, New Jersey; Washington, D.C.; and Wilmington, Delaware.

History[edit]

Saul Ewing's history goes back to 1863. An attorney and art collector by the name of John G. Johnson argued 168 cases before the United States Supreme Court. He practiced law up until his death in April 1917. After his death, Johnson’s law practice was taken over by his salaried associates, who formed Pritchard, Saul, Bayard & Evans, which maintained offices at 1835-43 Land Title Building in Philadelphia. In March 1921, the firm was dissolved and a split of attorneys occurred, leading to the foundation of today’s Saul Ewing.[1]

Practice areas[edit]

Saul Ewing has dozens of specialized practice groups that focus on specific legal areas such as Litigation, Bankruptcy, Corporate, Intellectual Property, Personal Wealth, Public Finance and Real Estate to name a few. The firm serves clients in industries such as Health, Higher Education, Insurance, Oil and Gas, Energy and Utilities and Life Sciences.

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