ABOUT THIS COMPANY:Firm history
Founded in 1879 by future Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis and his Harvard Law School classmate Samuel D. Warren, the firm now known as Nutter, McClennen & Fish maintains two offices: its Boston headquarters and a six-attorney Hyannis outpost. Combined, the two offices employ just enough attorneys to crack the National Law Journal's rankings of the nation's largest firms, on which it recently polled at 246th. Nutter McClennen also ranked No.10, up one spot from the previous year, in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly's 2006 survey of Boston's 100 largest law firms. A general business firm, Nutter McClennen's specialties include intellectual property, litigation and trusts and estates. The firm lists among its representative clients Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Lucent Technologies, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Shaw's Supermarkets.
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