Important aspects of our practices are the strong relationships we have developed with industry and business advocacy groups. Our attorneys are proud of the commitments they have made in furthering these organizations’ efforts. In addition, the wealth of information available from these impressive groups is shared with our clients to provide insight into their industries and businesses.
Prior to the establishment of the DuPont Legal Model in 1992, DuPont Legal employed more than 350 law firms. A three-and-a-half year convergence process transformed this unwieldy assortment of firms into a network of 36 Primary Law Firms (PLF). Phillips Lytle is privileged to be one of them.
Phillips Lytle has represented DuPont in Upstate New York since 1944 in a wide range of regulatory, commercial, corporate, litigation, bankruptcy, environmental, and labor and employment matters. This long-term relationship was a critical factor in being selected as a PLF, which is based on trust, collaboration, sharing of risks and rewards, and a common vision of the practice of law.
To assist our clients in addressing the unique challenges of Immigration matters, Phillips Lytle has formed a unique relationship with Serotte Scarborough & Associates. The attorneys at this law firm have guided many of our clients through the complex maze of U.S. and Canadian immigration by developing and executing strategies that meet their business and personal goals.
If you require assistance with a specific Immigration matter, contact Phillips Lytle Partner and Practice Group Leader of our Corporate Practice Group, David J. Murray at 716-847-5453 or email@example.com.
Phillips Lytle is a member of LawExchange International - an association of independent law firms covering the world’s commercial centers within Europe, North and South America, the Asia/Pacific and the Middle East. Because of our affiliation with this worldwide group of trusted legal advisors, Phillips Lytle is able to assist its clients with knowledge that can prove invaluable when doing business in foreign markets in terms of navigating the local laws, procedures, economic and business climates, cultures and politics.
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