Partners Paul Clark and Anthony Tu-Sekine were quoted and the Firm mentioned in a Law360 article titled, “OCC Letter May Help Ease Banks’ Lingering Crypto Concerns.”August 13, 2020
Counsel Christopher Carlson is quoted and the Firm mentioned in a Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence article titled, “SEC closer to opening closed-end, target-date funds to investments in hedge and private equity funds.”August 10, 2020
On August 11, 2020, partners Debbie Franzese and Joe Morrissey will be speaking at a webinar hosted by AIMA in partnership with Seward & Kissel titled, “The SEC Exam Observations Risk Alert: What Does It Mean, and What Does it Mean for You?”August 5, 2020
Partner Paul Clark and associate Nathan Brownback are interviewed in a Crowdfund Insider article titled, “The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Clarifies Banks Ability to Serve Crypto Firms. What Does this Mean for Digital Asset Businesses?”August 4, 2020
Seward & Kissel, founded in 1890, is a leading U.S. law firm with an international reputation for excellence. We have offices in New York City and Washington, D.C.
Our practice primarily focuses on corporate and litigation work for clients seeking legal expertise in the financial services, corporate finance and capital markets areas. The Firm is particularly well known for its representation of major commercial banks, investment banking firms, investment advisers and related investment funds (including mutual, hedge and private equity funds), broker-dealers, institutional investors and transportation companies (particularly in the shipping area).
The Firm’s attorneys are very experienced and highly regarded in their respective practice areas. Many have been with the Firm for most, if not all, of their legal careers. Our focus and expertise, combined with the Firm’s stability, have enabled us to create a work culture that is dedicated to professional excellence and sound judgment, and that is committed to providing our clients with effective, high quality, hands-on legal service.
Chambers Associate Ranks Seward & Kissel LLP as a Top Law Firm in the U.S. for Associate Satisfaction
Seward & Kissel LLP offers our New York associates the broad experience and training of a large practice in the context of a moderately sized firm. We offer our Washington, D.C. associates a more focused experience concentrating on our Investment Management, Corporate Finance and Capital Markets and Regulatory practices in the context of a collegial, small-office environment.
Our associates have the opportunity to work on a wide range of challenging and stimulating matters within the practice areas of our particular offices. Seward & Kissel provides opportunities to those wishing to develop a specific area of expertise, and to those wishing to leverage their experience across a broad range of industries.
A basic tenet of working at Seward & Kissel is having a balanced lifestyle. We recognize the importance of, and encourage having balance in, your personal and professional life. Our attorneys foster a congenial and supportive firm environment, doors are always open, and colloquy is actively encouraged.
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