Duane Morris, LLP

30 South 17th Street | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19103
  • 1.7 / 5.0
7 Reviews
  • Year Founded:

    1904

  • Pricing:

    H

  • Revenue:

    $100 million - $250 million

  • Active Clients:

    100+

  • Major Clients:

    Confidential

  • Employees:

    1,000 - 2,500

  • Primary Services:

    Lawyers & Attorneys

Duane Morris, LLP

30 South 17th Street | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19103

Duane Morris LLP, a law firm with more than 800 attorneys in offices across the United States and internationally, is asked by a broad array of clients to provide innovative solutions to today's legal and business challenges.

Evolving from a partnership of prominent lawyers in Philadelphia a century ago, Duane Morris' modern organization stretches from the U.S. to Europe and the Middle East, and now across Asia. Throughout this global expansion, Duane Morris has remained committed to preserving its collegial, collaborative culture that has attracted many talented attorneys.

The firm's leadership, and outside observers like the Harvard Business School, believe this culture is truly unique among large law firms.

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Barb B.
Barb B.

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Where do I begin...the building is old and in need of updating. The elevators half work, the bathrooms (ladies) are on life support...toilet seats are not fully secured, the stall logistics are not suitable for the average sized woman as the commode sits very close to the toilet paper dispenser, the sanitary napkin disposals do not all have lids. This place is disgusting. The cafe on the 1st floor recently reopened while the place LOOKS nice, the service is less than desirable. The grill station is a disaster too. There's no organization/structure with their ordering process. And the person taking your order repeats the order (to you), but doesn't immediately tell the person who needs to prepare the order. I don't understand. She later returns to the customer to ask what they wanted on their sandwich. Would it be a crime to write the order down. GET SOME ORGANIZATION. The prices are too expensive as well.6.17.19 The pizza guy should really wear gloves when handling cooked pizza, putting ingredients on pizzas and opening and closing pizza door that is touched by others. It's just not sanitary.

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