Press Release

Cooley – A Fortune Best Workplace in New York

July 30, 2018

New York – July 30, 2018 – Fortune has recognized Cooley on its Best Workplaces in New York list, designating the firm in the top 10 of all large companies in the state. 

“As our firm and office continue their rapid growth, it’s important to keep focus on maintaining our valued culture,” said Jonathan Bach, partner in charge of Cooley’s New York office. “It’s an honor to be distinguished by Fortune for our commitment.” 

To identify the best companies to work for in the region, Fortune partner Great Place to Work surveyed more than 33,000 employees in New York State and the surrounding metropolitan area. The distinguished companies received the highest marks for trust, friendliness and being all-around great places to work.

Cooley is further developing its New York presence with the addition of leading lawyers in all areas, including corporate and venture, commercial and securities litigation. The New York office headcount is up 23 percent since last year, as recorded by the New York Law Journal 100 – marking the largest growth spurt amongst its peer firms in the city. Aligning with its commitment to innovation on the East Coast, Cooley will move its New York office to 55 Hudson Yards – the site of the largest private real estate development in US history. 

In December, Crain’s New York Business recognized Cooley’s New York office for the fifth consecutive year, designating the firm as a top 25 best workplace in the Big Apple. Fortune consistently distinguishes Cooley for its unique culture, having named the firm to its 100 Best Companies to Work For list for five consecutive years. In addition, Fortune has named Cooley to its best workplace lists for millennials, diversity, women, parents, flexibility and giving back.

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