WE UNDERSTAND MANUFACTURING
Our manufacturing lawyers represent manufacturers and distributors both nationally and internationally. Our clients range from Fortune 50 companies to privately held and/or family-owned companies that sell both business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) products and services. We understand that many manufacturers operate within complex supply chains, and for that reason, we have experience dealing with situations in which our clients have all, some, or no leverage in business dealings. We also have significant experience within subindustries of manufacturing, including aerospace, medical device, chemicals, building materials, industrial manufacturers, food and beverage (including nutritional supplements), and technology, among others. Our goal is to provide our clients with new capabilities through experience and innovation.
Our manufacturing lawyers continue to be leaders in the legal industry, as evidenced by a series of “firsts:”
Launched in 2013, the Manufacturing Law Blog is a trendsetter in the industry. The Blog was one of the first in the country to address legal issues facing manufacturers and distributors and is written by experienced lawyers covering issues concerning environmental, health, and safety / OSHA, labor and employment, and corporate compliance and litigation. The Blog is at the top of Google Analytics and has received thousands of visits since its launch. Click here to subscribe.
In 2016, Robinson+Cole created the Manufacturing Law Group (MLG), a forum for in-house lawyers at manufacturing companies that operate worldwide to network, hear, and give presentations on substantive legal topics of interest and share best practices. From its inception, the MLG has grown to over 60 in-house lawyers from 30 different manufacturers. Invitation requests can be directed to Jeff White.
Our manufacturing lawyers routinely host executive dinner roundtables for C-suite manufacturing executives of privately held manufacturers. These gatherings take place throughout the year and focus on manufacturing law and business issues specific to privately held manufacturers. Invitation requests can be directed to Jeff White.
MANUFACTURING LAW PRACTICE AREAS