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Kelley Drye & Warren Net Worth 2023; Founder & History



Kelley Drye & Warren Net Worth

What is Kelley Drye & Warren?

Kelley Drye & Warren LLP is an international law firm. In 1836, the company was founded. It is one of the oldest firms in the United States. The company operates in New York; Washington; Los Angeles; Chicago; Stamford, Connecticut; Parsippany, New Jersey; Houston, Texas; and San Diego, California. It also offers legal services through an affiliate relationship with Mumbai-based Fortitude Law Associates. In 2023, Kelley Drye & Warren’s net worth is not available.

Company Name:              Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
Total Offices:: 9
Total Headcount: 266
Equity Partners: 68
Non-Equity Partners: 46
Associates: 143
Total Revenue: Estimated $233,852,000
Profit Per Equity Partner: $1,110,000
Revenue Per Lawyer: $879,000
Founders: Hiram Barney and William Mulligan


Hiram Barney and William Mulligan founded a law office in downtown Manhattan in 1836. They handled important matters from the firm’s inception, including the bankruptcy of the Metropolitan Street Railway and the New York City Railway. President Abraham Lincoln later appointed Barney to the prestigious position of Collector of Customs for the Port of New York.

At the turn of the 20th century, partner Nicholas Kelly joined the firm. Kelly was instrumental in negotiating the creation of the Chrysler automobile. The company also represented Westinghouse Electric in a major bankruptcy case. Westinghouse would merge with CBS nearly 90 years later.

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Named partner, John Wilson Dry also brought important clients to the firm, including Union Carbide Corporation, one of the world’s oldest chemical companies.

In 2006, Kelley Drye merged with Washington, D.C.–based firm Collier Shannon Scott, PLLC. Kelley Drye merged with the Los Angeles firm White O’Connor Fink & Brenner LLP in April 2021. In 2016, the firm expanded its presence to Texas through a merger with Jackson Gilmour & Dobbs, P.C.

Notable Lawyers and Alumni:

  • Jim Gilmore, 68th Governor of Virginia and former chairman of the Republican National Committee
  • Jodie Bernstein, former director, of the Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Consumer Protection, former general counsel of the Environmental Protection Agency, and former general counsel of the Department of Health and Human Services
  • John M. Herrmann II, a former member of the United States National Security Council
  • Charles L. (Lindy) Marinaccio, former Commissioner of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Roberta Karmel (born 1937), Centennial Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School and the first female Commissioner of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
  • William MacLeod, former director, of the Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Consumer Protection
  • Lee Terry, a former U.S. House of Representatives member for Nebraska’s 2nd congressional district.
  • Doris Matsui, U.S. Representative for California’s 6th congressional district
  • George Smathers, a former U.S. House of Representatives member from Florida’s 4th district and former United States Senator from Florida.

Practice Area:

Kelley Drye has important practice areas in advertising law, antitrust, bankruptcy, communications, corporate, environmental, ERISA, government contracts, government relations, labor and employment, litigation, intellectual property, international trade and customs, and real estate, trust & estate, and tax.


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Hiram Barney:

Hiram Barney was born on May 30, 1811, and died on May 18, 1895; he was an American lawyer, abolitionist, and politician. From 1861 – 1864, he served as Collector of the Port of New York during the presidency of Abraham Lincoln. He also served as a chairman of the executive committee of the Young Men’s Anti-Slavery Society in New York City in 1830. He was also associated with John Jay, A.C. Coxe, Theodore Weld, and Henry Stanton.

Hiram Barney’s Personal Life:

Hiram Barney married two times in his life. The first time he was married to Susannah Tappan, who was the daughter of the abolitionist Lewis Tappan. The couple shared six children. One of their sons, Lewis Tappan Barney, became a highly decorated officer during the American Civil War.

Hiram Barney married a second time to Harriet E. Kilbourne. The couple got married in 1980.

William Mulligan:

William Mulligan is a Professor of History at University College Dublin. He has written widely about the First World War, including The Origins of the First World War (2017) and The Great War for Peace (2014). He has held visiting fellowships at the Institutes for Advanced Study in Princeton and Berlin.

Kelley Drye & Warren Net worth 2023 / Income

In 2022, Kelley Drye & Warren’s net worth is unknown.

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