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Overview

Introduction

Epstein Becker & Green’s primary focuses are health care, labor and employment, and litigation. Its clients are high profile, including the likes of the NBA, Deutsche Bank, Pfizer, Aetna, Health Net, and Continental Airlines. The firm also emphasizes pro bono work, and many of its attorneys serve as leaders for nonprofit and other charitable organizations. It is also committed to growing diversity in the legal profession and supports this commitment through a number of initiatives.

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About the Firm

With founding offices in Washington, DC, and New York, Epstein Becker & Green has grown nationally and developed a reputation for its notable health care and labor and employment law practices.

The Great Triumvirate

In 1973, Steven Epstein and Jeffrey Becker co-founded a firm with branches in New York and Washington, DC. Several years later, Ronald Green joined the firm. The firm’s standout areas—health care and employment law—can be directly traced back to the founders’ areas of expertise. Steven Epstein has been hailed as a pioneer of the health care legal field. His legacy includes achievements such as establishing that health care organizations require a dedicated form of legal representation and helping managed care gain acceptance as the most prominent form of health care...

Diversity at Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.

"For more than 40 years, we have taken pride in being "a law firm with a lifetime commitment to diversity and inclusion." From our very early years, we have provided employment and advancement opportunities for women, minorities, and persons from other traditionally excluded groups. EBG's leadership have taken great care to mentor, develop, and promote the next generation of women and minority leaders to become equity partners and be involved in pitching new clients and working on prominent matters, and in various practice and office..."