Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf is a full service law firm headquartered in New York City. Their legacy dates back to the mid-nineteenth century, representing Thomas Edison in litigation confirming his claim to be the inventor of the incandescent electric light. Priding themselves on their ability to offer sophisticated legal services on a par with much larger general practice firms, while simultaneously offering the kind of focus expected of smaller, boutique firms.
Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf offers services in commercial law, mergers, acquisitions, and joint ventures, as well as in securities, insurance, environmental, trademark, and bankruptcy law mergers, acquisitions, they represent over 100 financial institutions in connection with loan origination, syndication, trading, and workout activities. The have also represented a variety of lenders, financial institutions, servicers, individuals and title companies in foreclosures, real estate, and title based proceedings and transactions.
The Firm has approximately 135 attorneys, and 50 administrate staff serving over 8000 national and international clients in English, Italian, and Japanese.