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Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP

Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP  

Legal Services | D.C., USA

www.mmmlaw.com
tel: 202 408 5153 | fax: 202 408 5146
1401 Eye Street, NW | Washington | D.C. | 20005 | USA


Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP's Overview

Morris, Manning, & Martin is a full-service, Am Law 200, law firm with both national and international reach. We dedicate ourselves to the constant pursuit of our clients’ success. By combining market-leading legal services with a total understanding of our client’s needs, we are able to maximize effectiveness, efficiency, and opportunity while providing optimal value for our clients.

Client-Centered Enterprise
MMM is more than a full-service law firm, we are what our clients need us to be. We are their counsel, their advisors, and, most of the time, their friends. At the end of the day, our clients’ successes are the only true measure of our success. Therefore, we pursue a client-focused strategy to ensure that we have, and continue to develop, leading lawyers in fields of importance to our clients. Our end goal is to provide exceptional value for each client, which means understanding existing laws, as well as, issues on the horizon; navigating regulatory obstacles; providing access to complementary parties, such as investment banks or accounting firms; remaining vigilant in our pursuit of cost effective, quality counsel; and building long-term relationships.

Industry Leadership
A good business lawyer needs to be more than just a legal expert; he or she must also be an ally in helping clients build their companies and achieving their strategic objectives. Morris, Manning, & Martin’s lawyers have earned a national reputation for our commitment to excellence—from serving as a leading national real estate transactions firm, to defending Fortune 50 companies in nationwide class action litigations, to working with emerging companies to build equity and grow their business, to looking beyond today and developing practices to benefit our clients’ future needs. We are able to anticipate and address the rapid changes in financial markets, technologies, regulations, and operations that affect our clients. Our lawyers work to obtain the best legal outcome that fosters both short term and long term prosperity for their client’s business.

Diversity in the Workplace
As a firm that serves a wide array of regional, national and international companies and institutions, Morris, Manning, & Martin understands that having a diverse complement of lawyers and staff gives our clients a greater breadth of perspective. As a firm, we pride ourselves on including various personnel opinions and backgrounds to provide our clients with well-rounded representation. Achieving the Mansfield Certification, a national certification that measures whether firms affirmatively consider at least 30 percent women and attorneys of color for leadership and governance roles, recognizes our initiative in action.

Firm Spirit
MMMPact, our firm’s social responsibility program, embodies an integral part of our firm’s identity. Consisting of five established programs—Civic Leadership Initiative, Community Involvement Initiative, Diversity Initiative, Pro Bono Initiative, and Women’s Initiative—MMMPact provides the platform to demonstrate pride in our work, each other, our communities and our clients. It is our goal to have all of the firm's lawyers, paralegals and staff, contribute 50 hours toward an MMMPact program within a calendar year. This goal reflects not only our leadership’s commitment to excellence and prominence in nonprofit work, but also the hard work and dedication of everyone at the firm.

  • Lawyers Worldwide: 189

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Areas of Practice
  • Benefits & Compensation
  • Blockchain & Cryptocurrency
  • Business & Technology Sourcing
  • Class Action Litigation
  • Commercial Finance
  • Commercial Lending
  • Commercial Real Estate Finance
  • Competition Law
  • Construction
  • Contract Management Solutions
  • Corporate
  • Corporate & Commercial Litigation
  • Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Governance-Special Investigations
  • Creditors' Rights & Bankruptcy
  • Cybersecurity & Privacy
  • E-Cigarette/Vape
  • Emerging Companies
  • Employment
  • Environmental
  • Environmental Litigation
  • Executive Compensation
  • Exempt Organizations
  • Financial Technology
  • Freddie Mac & Fannie Mae Lending
  • Fund Formation
  • Global Sourcing & Procurement
  • Government Contracts & Grants
  • Healthcare
  • Healthcare Finance
  • Healthcare Fraud & Abuse
  • Healthcare Information Technology
  • Healthcare Litigation
  • Healthcare Transactions
  • Hospitality
  • Insurance & Reinsurance
  • Insurance & Reinsurance Dispute Resolution
  • Intellectual Property
  • Intellectual Property Litigation
  • International
  • International Arbitration
  • International Trade
  • International Transactions
  • Investment Funds
  • Litigation
  • Medical Device
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Mixed-Use Developments
  • Opportunity Zones
  • Patents/Trademarks/Copyrights
  • Payments
  • Private Equity
  • Products Liability & Toxic Torts
  • Real Estate
  • Real Estate Capital Markets (REITs)
  • Real Estate Development & Finance
  • Residential Real Estate
  • Securities
  • State Taxation
  • Sustainability
  • Tax
  • Technology
  • Technology Finance
  • Telecommunications
  • UAS/UAV/Drone
  • Venture Capital
  • Wealth Planning
  • Zoning & Land Use
Articles

U.S. Department of Labor Issues Proposed Rule on Association Health Plans
Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, January 2019

On January 5, 2018, the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) published a much-anticipated proposed rule that would make it easier for groups or associations of employers to band together to form association health plans (“AHPs”).[1]  The proposed rule comes in response to an executive order issued by the White House in October 2017 directing the DOL to consider issuing such a rule...

The Battle Over Mandatory Resort Fees
Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, November 2017

  More hotels are imposing mandatory “resort fees” on their guests for amenities, and the amount of those fees is increasing at many of those hotels. Many consumers dislike these fees, even when they appreciate the value of the included amenities. A legal battle is underway over mandatory resort fees. Back in November 2012, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) sent letters to 22 hotel chains warning that the practice of disclosing mandatory resort fees only in fine print prior to the completion of the reservation process, or not at all, could be found to be unfair or deceptive and thus unlawful...

All articles submitted by Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP

Press

Atlanta Inno names Bess Hinson to “50 on Fire”
Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, June 2019

Atlanta Inno, an online technology publication, named MMM attorney Bess Hinson to its inaugural group of “50 on Fire.” The honorees include the 50 companies and individuals Inno says are driving and defining the region’s innovation economy and making major moves in the tech ecosystem. Inno celebrated the 50 at a sold-out event June 7 on the rooftop of Ponce City Market. Judges chose the 50 winners from hundreds of nominations. Hinson chairs MMM’s Cybersecurity & Privacy Practice. She has counseled almost 200 companies in the past year alone. They range from cutting-edge technology and hospitality companies to well-known global enterprises...

Chambers USA Recognizes MMM Nationally, Regionally
Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, May 2019

Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business 2019, a leading ranking of business attorneys and law firms, bestowed national rankings on three Morris, Manning & Martin groups and six partners. It also recognized several more practices and attorneys with regional rankings...

All press submitted by Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP

Blogs

MMM Tech Law & Business Report
Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP 

The goal of the MMM Tech Law & Business Report is to inform, educate and socialize important business and legal issues directly relevant to our target audience — entrepreneurs, investors and strategic partners.

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