Global Reach

San Francisco

101 California Street Suite 3600
San Francisco, California 94111
United States
P:+1.415.291.6200
F:+1.415.291.6300
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Summary

In January 2016, Baker Botts opened its 14th office in San Francisco, California, in the heart of the city’s Financial District.

San Francisco has traditionally been viewed as the region's financial and cultural center, as well as a gateway to Asia, but increasingly it has become a destination for both established and start-up technology companies.

Baker Botts' San Francisco office draws upon the firm's deep knowledge base in the technology sector and our experience in areas such as corporate, intellectual property litigation, patent prosecution real estate, life sciences and corporate investigations.

This is the second California office for Baker Botts. The Palo Alto office, which the firm opened in 2008, and the San Francisco office are highly integrated and our lawyers in these offices often collaborate on cases.

Baker Botts has a well-earned reputation for outstanding client service across the globe and our expanding footprint in California continues to demonstrate Baker Botts' commitment to building a world-class technology law firm.

City Facts

Sun

On average, there are 259 sunny days per year in San Francisco, and the July high temperature is 71 degrees.

City Scape

San Francisco limits buildings to no more than 40 feet providing beautiful views of the city.

Gas Lamp

Has more than 200 historic landmark buildings, 11 historical districts, and 14,000 Victorian homes.

Grapes

Only 70 miles from San Francisco, Napa Valley contains 225,300 acres of land and is home to 400 wineries and tasting rooms.

Film

Home to more than 50 film festivals each year.

Fork and Knife

There are more than 3,500 restaurants and 300 coffee shops open in San Francisco.

Golden Gate Bridge

Muir Woods, a beautiful forest of giant redwoods is just across the Golden Gate Bridge.

Trophy

The San Francisco 49ers are 5-0 in Super Bowls and the only team with more than one appearance that is undefeated.

Trolley

The city’s cable cars are the only National Historical Monument that can move.

Seventh

Only seven miles long by seven miles wide.

CONTACTS

Partner in Charge:
Patricia M. Stanton
pat.stanton@bakerbotts.com
+1.415.291.6201
Client Relations Contact:
Nicholas Latham
nicholas.latham@bakerbotts.com
+1.650.739.7553