Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie
What do you get when you combine successful law firms with complementary legal practices, compatible geographies and shared commitment to client service?
Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP is built on the strengths and reputations of strong legacy firms focused on client relationships and quality representation:
- Lewis Roca Rothgerber was an Am Law 200 firm created with the 2013 combination of Lewis & Roca, a leading Southwestern law firm founded in 1950, and Rothgerber Johnson & Lyons, a leading Rocky Mountain firm founded in 1903. Lewis Roca Rothgerber maintained a commitment to a high standard of client and public service, with a longstanding tradition of handling pro bono matters including cases such as Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966), in which John P. Frank, John Flynn and others, represented Ernesto Miranda in the landmark case giving rise to "Miranda Rights."
- Christie, Parker & Hale was a boutique intellectual property firm established in Los Angeles in 1954 dedicated to every phase of IP procurement, enforcement, and defense. The practice included all facets of patent prosecution (including utility, design and plants), trademark prosecution, IP litigation, licensing, IP strategy, copyrights and trade secrets; internet law and domain disputes.
Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie has approximately 300 attorneys in 10 offices across five states. As a combined firm, they provide clients an enhanced and expanded range of services in intellectual property, litigation, business transactions, gaming, and regulatory and government relations. Clients also benefit from multifaceted practices in key industries including biotech, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, computer science, electrical and mechanical engineering, Internet law and cybersecurity, real estate, insurance, financial institutions, energy infrastructure, mining, and religious institutions.