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Whiteford, Taylor & Preston

Who/What is Whiteford, Taylor & Preston?

With over 160 attorneys, Whiteford, Taylor & Preston is one of Maryland's largest law firms. With offices in Baltimore, Towson, Columbia, Bethesda and Ocean City, Maryland; Washington, D.C.; Falls Church and Roanoke, Virginia; Wilmington and Bethany Beach, Delaware; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Dearborn, Michigan; and Lexington, Kentucky, they serve clients throughout the nation as well as national companies and law firms seeking representation in the mid-Atlantic area. Their clients range from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses to start-up enterprises. They include businesses engaged in construction, finance, higher education, health care, insurance, manufacturing, transportation, real estate, securities, and technology, among others. The firm helps clients arrange financial transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and public offerings. Additionally, they advise companies and organizations of all size on tax, employment, and real estate matters.

What They Needed

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston had a need to significantly expand their footprint in the Baltimore-Washington corridor and needed to grow their Howard County office on an expedited basis. In the search for a solution, they were introduced to Merritt.

How Merritt Helped Them

Merritt was able to offer Whiteford, Taylor & Preston an ideal office space and work within an aggressive timeframe. In this particular case, Merritt completely demolished the existing space and completed an entire rebuild of the interior to meet the firm's specific needs. Merritt’s team worked closely with Whiteford, Taylor & Preston throughout the build-out process to bring their vision to life. Specifically, Merritt provided design suggestions that focused on not only what the firm needed, but made suggestions as to what legal offices of the future would need.  

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