Herrick’s Türkiye Practice is built on a strong, enduring relationship with the Government of Türkiye and the business community.

We are proud to be the only mid-sized New York law firm with an office in Istanbul – a testament to our deep connection to Türkiye, and our ability to serve as a vital link for Turkish-American interests, both domestically and globally.

Our successes in pioneering lawsuits brought on behalf of the Republic of Türkiye to recover its looted cultural treasures provided us with the opportunity to work closely with Türkiye Government ministries, agencies and officials. Because of our longstanding ties with Türkiye, and the strength of our nationally- recognized real estate department, in 2012, the Republic of Türkiye selected Herrick to represent it on all aspects of the development of a new Türkiye Center near the United Nations headquarters in New York - the largest Ministry of Foreign Affairs project outside of Türkiye.

We pride ourselves in serving as a bridge between American and Turkish business interests in the U.S., Turkish and the MENA (Middle East and North African) markets. Our sophisticated understanding of the Turkish legal system and business community provides an edge to U.S. clients entering or expanding into the Turkish market. Likewise, we serve as lawyers, advisors and business strategists to Turkish entrepreneurs seeking to start or grow their businesses in the U.S. In that regard, we frequently help our Turkish clients by facilitating relationships with both the American government and American business leaders.

Areas of Focus:

  • Banking and finance
  • Bankruptcy and restructuring
  • Corporate
  • Cross-border dispute resolution
  • Employment law
  • Food and beverage
  • Franchising
  • Government relations
  • Intellectual property
  • International art law
  • International tax
  • International private clients
  • Product liability
  • Real estate
  • Sports law
  • White collar and investigations
  • Coordination of immigration visas (with outside immigration counsel)