335 Madison Avenue
New York, New York 10017-4611
Our New York office boasts a talented team of lawyers representing many of our practices who counsel a wide range of clients locally, nationally and internationally.
Being located in the country’s major financial center, many of our lawyers are devoted to providing guidance on all facets of commercial finance, public finance, structured finance and corporate trust matters, including securities law compliance and capital markets transactions, to a broad spectrum of clients that includes financial institutions, public and private corporations, and governmental entities.
The firm also offers a robust Life Sciences practice, led by a partner resident in our New York office. The practice has received national acclaim in LMG Life Sciences, with particular recognition in the areas of Product Liability and Patent Strategy and Management. In addition, six members of the group were lauded as Life Sciences Stars in the areas of Finance & Transactional, Intellectual Property and Non-IP Litigation and Enforcement.
Our multidisciplinary approach and support from a deep bench of professionals in six other Thompson Hine offices enables us to provide clients of all sizes with innovative, targeted legal and business advice and solutions in areas including:
- Business Litigation
- Business Restructuring, Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy
- Commercial & Public Finance
- Corporate Transactions & Securities
- e-Business & Emerging Technologies
- Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
- ERISA Litigation
- Investment Management
- Life Sciences
- Private Equity & Venture Capital
- Real Estate
- White Collar Litigation
Lawyers from our New York office are regularly selected for inclusion in directories and listings such as Super Lawyers®; the 2013 issue of New York Super Lawyers included eight lawyers from our New York office, including two “Rising Stars.”
Our Client Service Pledge illustrates the firm’s dedication to providing exceptional service and value to our clients. For more than 10 consecutive years, Thompson Hine has been ranked as one of the top law firms in the country for client service excellence in The BTI Client Service A-Team: Survey of Law Firm Client Service Performance, and for six straight years we have been distinguished as one of the top 30 U.S. law firms for client service.
As part of our commitment to foster a collegial work environment built on mutual respect, teamwork and diversity, Thompson Hine has established a Women’s Initiative, Spotlight on Women®, and a firmwide Diversity & Inclusion Initiative that provide mentoring and outreach, networking and professional development opportunities, and interaction with community leaders. Each initiative is supported in our New York office by a chair who manages events and programs designed to meet the unique needs of our local workplace and geographic region, as well as collaborates on the creation of firmwide directives and implements them at the local level.
Thompson Hine has a longstanding and widely recognized dedication to community service. As individuals and as a firm, we strive to give back to our community by serving as volunteers and leaders for civic and charitable organizations and contributing numerous hours to pro bono matters.
We actively participate in a broad range of community organizations including:
- American Classical Orchestra
- American Corporate Counsel Association
- American Geographical Society
- Community Hospital at Dobbs Ferry
- Girls Inc. of Long Island
- Hudson River Museum
- Make-A-Wish Foundation
- New Choral Society of Westchester
- Salvation Army
- SCO Family of Services
- South Bronx Educational Foundation
- U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary
As the largest city in the United States, New York City is the main center of world trade and finance; a center for educational excellence; an international hub of advertising, publishing, entertainment and fashion; and a creative outlet for the arts.
The 150 world-class museums in the city house some of the most innovative collections in the country and include The Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum and the American Museum of Natural History. Some of the most famous productions in history have been staged in the city's theaters including Lincoln Center, America's first performing arts center, and Carnegie Hall, which draws performers from around the world.
With 18,000 restaurants and 10,000 shops, residents and visitors alike are never at a loss for activity. Numerous parks and gardens, including Central Park and The New York Botanical Garden, home to the nation's largest Victorian glasshouse, provide abundant natural beauty in this major metropolitan area.
Trains: Trains in Grand Central Station (accessible underground from 335 Madison) S, 4, 5, 6 & 7 lines and Metro-North Railroad
Taxi: Corner of 43rd and Vanderbilt Avenue in rear of building
Parking: 24 hour parking garage located beneath the building with an entrance on 44th St.