FH+H, a mid-sized Northern Virginia law firm, and Day Pitney LLP, an East Coast law firm with close to 300 attorneys, are pleased to announce a strategic alliance that provides clients of both firms with an expanded set of in-house capabilities and jurisdictional experience and knowledge.
FH+H brings a depth of experience in international transactions, trade compliance, and government contracts and is renowned in the defense and security sectors, while Day Pitney is known for its work with national and international corporations, high-net-worth individuals, and family offices, in addition to handling bankruptcy and restructuring, cybersecurity and data protection, and tax matters. Day Pitney also has a legacy of successfully supporting the energy and utilities sectors.
"This alliance is a powerful combination," Tom Craig, Managing Partner at FH+H, said. "I know for a fact that FH+H's clients will benefit from the guidance that Day Pitney's esteemed team of lawyers brings to the table and from the acumen and experience that has propelled their firm since 1902."
Beyond complementary skillsets, FH+H and Day Pitney share a unique understanding of business and growth strategy, as well as a commitment to efficient and value-added legal representation.
"Our collaboration with FH+H provides our clients with expanded offerings, insights, and strategic guidance when working with and on government contracts," Scott Beach, a Day Pitney Partner who chairs the Corporate and Business Law department and Family Office practice group, said. "We look forward to working together to apply our joint capabilities for the benefit of our clients."
Consistent with their commitment to thought leadership on cutting-edge issues, Day Pitney and FH+H will be co-hosting a live, in-person panel discussion on September 28, 2021, entitled "Navigating a Smaller World—A Review of CFIUS, Energy Infrastructure Security, Export and Import Controls, and Sanctions." A more comprehensive invitation with speaker and venue information will be issued to the legal community and industry groups this summer, but interested individuals can register in advance by contacting either of the media contacts listed above.
FH+H is a diverse, veteran-owned law firm focused on client growth. FH+H's six practice groups—Government Contracts, Corporate + Business Transactions, International Trade + Transactions, Intellectual Property + Licensing, Litigation + Investigations, and Employment Law—are sought out by companies worldwide that want lawyers who understand business, attack their immediate legal objectives, and support and enable continued growth. With overseas and operational experience, FH+H lawyers have a practical and sophisticated understanding of international business, defense, and national security equities. Learn more at https://www.fhhfirm.com.
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