About KT: Locations Washington DC
Located in the heart of our nation’s capital, the firm’s Washington, D.C. office brings decades of experience practicing before the judicial, legislative, and executive branches of the U.S. government, having earned a reputation for outstanding service. Through diverse and integrated practices, our multidisciplinary team of attorneys serve clients nationwide across various industries and sectors, while providing an insider’s view of the regulatory and policy arenas.
Since 1976, the Washington, D.C. office has demonstrated a strong commitment to pro bono representation and community service, often receiving recognition for our pro bono efforts involving local low-income individuals and nonprofits, transgender rights, and our participation in D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center’s Nonprofit and Small Business Legal Assistance Programs, among many others. Our successful partnership with Cardozo Education Campus has led to the academic improvement and enrichment of its students, as well as their pursuit of higher education and community service. We also fully support charities that make a vital difference in the D.C. community, including Friendship Place, Bread for the City, Gifts for the Homeless, and Make-A-Wish® Mid-Atlantic.
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- Business & Finance
- Construction & Infrastructure
- Employee Benefits
- Government & Regulatory
- Patent Disputes
- Trade Secrets
- Trademark, Copyright & Advertising
- Labor & Employment
- Native American
- Pro Bono
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