Firm Facts

McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP (MLA) is an international law firm with more than 575 attorneys and public policy advisors in 15 offices and 13 markets. The firm is uniquely positioned at the intersection of law, business and government, representing clients in the areas of complex litigation, corporate law, energy, environment, finance, government contracts, health care, infrastructure, insurance, intellectual property, private client services, public policy, real estate, and technology.

 

Firm Management

Jeffrey K. Haidet, Chairman
T. Mark Flanagan, Managing Partner
Michael R. Rizzo, California Executive Partner

Department Chairs

Tami Lyn Azorsky, Litigation
Michael Cochran, Corporate
Gordon D. Giffin, Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs
Peter L. Gray, Environment, Energy & Product Regulation
Song K. Jung, Intellectual Property and Technology
Frederic Levy, Government Contracts
William F. Timmons, Real Estate

Our Value Proposition

MLA’s lawyers and unique blend of other professionals convert changes and challenges into opportunities and solutions for our clients. We understand our clients and their need for results. We are innovative. We are strategic. We are tactical. Efficiently meeting our clients’ goals defines our success.

Office Locations

Website

mckennalong.com

Firm History at a Glance

MLA was formed by the 2002 merger of two firms - the Washington, DC-based McKenna & Cuneo and the Atlanta-based Long Aldridge & Norman. In 2012, California-based Luce Forward, Hamilton & Scripps LLP combined with MLA.  The 2012 merger  strengthened MLA’s California foothold and increased Luce Forward’s national and international presence. The integrated resources and leveraged capabilities of the combined firm place it among the top 80 largest law firms in the U.S.;  and  in California, among the 20 largest firms, and the third largest real estate practice.

Clients

MLA’s clients include Fortune 500 corporations, top government contractors, private corporations, small and medium size companies,  government agencies and officials, non-profits,  and high net worth individuals.