Pillsbury is a full-service law firm with an industry focus on financial services. Based in the world’s major financial centers, Pillsbury counsels clients on global business, regulatory and litigation matters. We work in multidisciplinary teams that allow us to understand our clients’ objectives, anticipate trends and bring a 360-degree perspective to complex business and legal issues—helping clients to take greater advantage of new opportunities, meet and exceed their objectives, and better mitigate risk. This collaborative work style helps produce the results our clients seek.
What Sets Us Apart
The vision to see opportunities where others may see only obstacles. Passion for our work and an unshakable dedication to your interests and needs. Lawyers who are authorities in their fields working in collaborative teams known for exceptional performance. Shared conviction that open, straightforward communication is essential to earning your trust. An ethical foundation based upon helping our clients, our employees and our communities.
The needs of Pillsbury’s clients are often international in scope. To meet those needs, Pillsbury’s U.S. and international offices form a fully integrated network that advises clients doing business around the globe. As a result, nearly one-third of our work touches overseas.
From the Pillsbury Team we will be accompanied by Deborah Thoren-Peden who co-leads Pillsbury’s Fintech, Payments & Blockchain team, its Consumer & Retail industry team, its Unclaimed Property team, and its Cybersecurity, Privacy, Data Security & Information Use team. Her practice focuses on banking, electronic commerce, privacy, anti-money laundering and Office of Foreign Assets Control regulations. JiJi Park, co-leader of Pillsbury’s Fintech, Payments & Blockchain focus team and Unclaimed Property team, focuses on regulatory matters and corporate transactions for clients in the financial services and retail sectors. In her regulatory practice, she advises financial institutions, money services businesses, retail corporations, payment processors, online marketplaces, and Internet escrow companies on federal and state laws, including money services licensing, payment processing, electronic funds transfers, unclaimed property, anti-money laundering, and privacy laws.