Law firm King & Spalding plans to come to Tysons, per Fairfax County officials.
The Fairfax County Economic Development Authority announced the newcomer at 1650 Tysons Blvd today.
“Firms that bring global expertise in corporate law are absolutely essential for a strong business and technology ecosystem, so we are delighted to welcome King & Spalding to Fairfax County and Northern Virginia for its 22nd worldwide location,” FCEDA President Victor Hoskins said in a press release.
Hoskins noted that this announcement adds to the growing business community in Fairfax County. Last month, Microsoft said that it will create a new technology hub in Reston.
Based in Atlanta, the corporate law firm will have a 25-person team in Tysons, according to the press release.
King & Spalding Chairman Robert Hays, Jr. said in a statement that the new office will allow the law firm to serve the tech sector in the D.C.-area.
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