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From its single office in Delaware, Morris Nichols Arsht & Tunnell represents clients nationwide in corporate, commercial, intellectual property, and bankruptcy matters. The firm remains local to Delaware clients with its practices in bankruptcy; general business; trusts, estate, and tax planning; and real estate. Though its geographic span is small, Morris Nichols has a pro bono practice that runs deep in its local community. The firm supports numerous Delaware organizations including Delaware Volunteer Legal Services, De...

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Total No. Attorneys (2022)

50 - 100

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Featured Rankings

Top 150 Under 150
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Base Salary

1st year: $190,000


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No. of U.S. Offices

1


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No. of International Offices

0


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Major Office Locations

Wilmington, DE

About the Firm

From its single office in Delaware, Morris Nichols Arsht & Tunnell represents clients nationwide in corporate, commercial, intellectual property, and bankruptcy matters. The firm remains local to Delaware clients with its practices in bankruptcy; general business; trusts, estate, and tax planning; and real estate.

Delaware and Only Delaware

Morris Nichols has a long tradition of serving the needs of businesses, non-profits, and residents who call Delaware home. The firm’s history began when Judge John Hugh M. Morris hung his shingle in Wilmington in 1930. He was soon joined by Alexander Nichols in 1931, S. Samuel Arsht in 1934, and the final named partner, former Delaware Supreme Court Justice James M. Tunnell, Jr., joined the firm in 1958. Today, the one-office firm services c...