DLA Piper set to relocate Wilmington office
DLA Piper has announced that the firm is relocating its Wilmington office to a 23-storey office building at 1201 North Market Street on 30 September.
The building is the tallest in the state of Delaware and includes as its tenants CAI Inc and Brown Advisory.
DLA Piper will occupy 17,050ft² (1,584m²) of office space on the 21st floor, and the lease also provides options that will allow the firm to expand its occupancy within the building over time.
The lawyers in DLA Piper’s Wilmington office work in a broad range of practices and sectors, including corporate law and governance, corporate litigation in Delaware’s Court of Chancery and bankruptcy/financial reorganisations in Delaware’s US Bankruptcy Court.
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