In the News

Haynes and Boone New York Welcomes Trade and Project Finance Pro Ricardo Martinez, Bolsters Cross-Border Capabilities

NEW YORK – Ricardo Martinez, a lawyer with broad experience in a wide range of cross-border finance transactions, has moved his practice to the rapidly expanding Haynes and Boone, LLP New York office as a firm partner.  >>

Haynes and Boone Wins Dismissal of All Claims Against The National Football League in Super Bowl Ticket Pricing Class Action

In a case that drew national attention when it was filed last year, a New Jersey federal judge has dismissed all claims brought against the National Football League in a class action brought over ticket pricing for Super Bowl XLVIII held last February at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.

The plaintiffs in Finkelman, et al. v. National Football League, et al. (Civil Action No.3:14¬cv¬00096 (D.N.J.)) asked the United States District Court in New Jersey to find that the league’s limited distribution of Super Bowl tickets caused Finkelman and other class members to overpay for Super Bowl seats on the secondary market. >>

Jason Habinsky in Law360: High Court To Weigh EEOC Presuit Conciliation Efforts

The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments Tuesday about whether judges can review the EEOC's required presuit conciliation efforts, in a high­stakes lawsuit closely watched by employers who complain that the agency is too aggressive and worker advocates who say judicial review would undermine Title VII ...
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Jason Habinsky in HR Magazine: HR Should Take the Lead on Cybersecurity

HR is the “natural choice to train other segments of the workforce” and should “team up with IT to provide joint training...” >>

Jason Habinsky in CNBC: Inside North Korea's Scrappy, Masterful Cyberstrategy

Sony Pictures Entertainment has canceled the Christmas Day release of "The Interview" amid threats of a widespread attack from hackers, who U.S. intelligence officials say were working for North Korea. >>



Haynes and Boone is proud to announce that we have expanded from two floors to three in the iconic 30 Rockefeller Plaza. This move demonstrates our dedication to growing our practice here in New York and our ongoing expansion.

Office Address

30 Rockefeller Plaza
26th Floor
New York, NY 10112
United States of America

T: +1 212.659.7300
F: +1 212.918.8989

Main Office Contacts


Kenneth Bezozo
Managing Partner - New York Office
kenneth.bezozo@
haynesboone.com


Cheryl Hunko
Office Administrator


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Priorities

Our first priority is excellent client service. At Haynes and Boone, we endeavor to understand your business needs, and to make your solutions our goal. We launched our New York office in 2004 in order to better serve our clients within various industries, including banking and finance, real estate, technology, aviation and energy and renewables, as well as to facilitate our cross-border work across Asia, Latin America and other global markets. Historically, lawyers across our firm have served the New York business and legal community for decades through their wide-ranging association with investment banks, financial institutions, investment funds and institutional clients.

Expansion

Haynes and Boone’s New York office has been busy. We are the most actively expanding office of the firm’s 12 U.S. and international locations. We are now even better equipped to support our clients’ changing needs, even as national and global economies are being transformed. The dedication to this growth reflects the firm’s commitment to our clients in the capital markets, banking and other industries.

The attorneys of our New York office focus primarily in the finance, real estate (acquisitions, finance, joint ventures and leasing), bankruptcy/restructurings, corporate/securities and litigation practice areas. 

Location

We are proud to announce that we have expanded from two floors to three in the iconic 30 Rockefeller Plaza. This move demonstrates our dedication to growing our practice here in New York and our ongoing expansion.

Let’s move, together.