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DLA Piper
Address: DLA Piper LLP (US)
One Atlantic Center
1201 West Peachtree Street,
Suite 2800 Atlanta, Georgia
There Is An Office In Your Location: Office Locations
Internet: Website
Phone: T: +1 404 736 7800
Fax: F: +1 404 682 7800
United States:
Europe, the Middle East and Asia-Pacific:
Key People: DLA Piper Team
Chairman Tony Angel
Chairman Francis B. Burch, Jr
Joint Chief Executive Officer of DLA Piper Sir Nigel Knowles
Joint Chief Executive Officer of DLA Piper Lee I. Miller

Background Information


About DLA Piper
DLA Piper became one of the largest business law firms in the world in 2005 through a merger of unprecedented scope in the legal sector. We were built to serve clients wherever in the world they do business - quickly, efficiently and with genuine knowledge of both local and international considerations. Whether our clients require seamless coordination across multiple jurisdictions or delivery in a single location, they can count on us to deliver the right service and solutions.
With Frank Burch and Tony Angel as Co-Chairs of our Global Board, and Senator George Mitchell as Chairman Emeritus, DLA Piper has 4,200 lawyers in offices throughout Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and the United States.
We represent more clients in a broader range of geographies and practice disciplines than any other law firm in the world. Our client commitment is also our brand – everything matters when it comes to the way we serve and interact with our clients.

Everything Matters
At DLA Piper, "Everything Matters" is our commitment to understanding all our clients' needs - business, managerial and personal - and acting accordingly. This does not mean that we focus on issues that aren't significant. Rather, we focus on providing practical and innovative legal solutions that help our clients succeed, while striving to deliver a consistent experience of working with DLA Piper across our practices, around the world and in every legal matter we undertake.

Equally important, Everything Matters speaks to our commitment to our communities and our people. Building on this foundation, we believe that:

  • Our clients’ needs are our compass.
  • Our legal advice should be as pragmatic and solution-oriented as it is technically excellent.
  • To offer such advice, we need to understand our clients, as well as their business.
  • We can only understand our clients if we have a strong, healthy, well-managed and friendly relationships with them.
  • Better service is delivered by a united, happy community that values teamwork and collaboration.
  • Everyone in the business can make a difference in looking after all our clients.
  • Every contact with DLA Piper should leave a positive impression.
  • We’re human beings - and so are our clients; we should interact as human beings as well as professionals.
  • Size, influence and global reach are important because they help us bring the right talents and experience to bear on the needs of each client, whatever their size and wherever they may be.
  • Change can be good.
  • Nothing is beyond our reach.
  • In terms of client service, everything matters.


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