222 Delaware Avenue
222 Delaware Avenue, Suite 800
Wilmington, Delaware is an important strategic location for doing business in the United States. With its solid pro-business environment, proximity to highly respected courts, including the Court of the Chancery, and one of the most advanced and flexible corporate statutes in the nation, the city is often referred to as "the corporate capital" of the U.S. It is estimated that more than half a million business entities have made their legal home in Delaware, including more than 50 percent of all U.S. publicly traded companies and 60 percent of the Fortune 500.
The firm's office in Wilmington, Delaware includes 20 attorneys who focus their practice on corporate governance and Delaware law and litigation matters. The office is led by partners William B. Chandler III, Ryan Greecher, Amy Simmerman, and Brad Sorrels. Bill Chandler, who founded the Delaware office, is widely regarded as one of the world's most influential and well-respected jurists on corporate law and governance matters. Also resident in the Wilmington office is former Delaware Supreme Court Justice Randy J. Holland, who joined the firm as Senior Of Counsel after retiring from the Delaware Supreme Court after serving more than 30 years.
The Wilmington team works closely with the firm's attorneys nationwide to advise clients on a broad range of corporate law, governance, and litigation matters, with particular expertise in class action defense, securities litigation, special committees, and internal investigations.
Through the seamless integration of all Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati offices, we leverage the institutional experience and resources of the entire firm to provide high-quality services to clients. Our proprietary collaborative systems give our attorneys immediate access to the firm's collective expertise and knowledge, enabling them to respond quickly with effective solutions for our clients.
Transportation and Directions
The Wilmington office is conveniently located at the PNC Bank Center in downtown Wilmington. The building is one mile from Interstate 95, five miles from the Port of Wilmington, 25 miles from the Philadelphia International Airport, and five miles from New Castle County Airport. Over 80 trains, including Amtrak's high-speed Acela Express, stop at the Wilmington station.
Paid parking is available under the PNC Bank Center with convenient access to Delaware Avenue.