Goodwin Procter Company History Timeline

1912
Goodwin Procter opens on July 1, 1912 in a small suite on the 5th floor of the India Building at 84 State Street.
1928
The firm helps grocery magnate and entrepreneur Charles Francis C.F. Adams, the first owner of the Boston Bruins, build the Boston Garden in 1928, and later purchase a share of the Boston Braves, as well as an ownership stake in Suffolk Downs, a horseracing track.
1929
Following the stock market crash of 1929, the firm fares better than most thanks to a surge of liquidation cases.
1940
Pioneering mutual fund management company Keystone Custodian Funds faces serious structural issues as the Investment Company Act of 1940 goes into effect.
1960
Tax partners Allan Higgins and Charlie Post spend seven years helping draft and secure passage of the Real Estate Investment Trust Act, which is signed into law in September 1960.
2018
The new practice was featured in the Law360 article Goodwin s PropTech Group Eyes A Burgeoning Sector from September 21, 2018.
2019
How Goodwin Became a Household Name in California s Startup Community, The Recorder, April 29, 2019.
The firm partnered with Columbia Business School in 2019 to present the 12th annual Real Estate Capital Markets Conference.
Founded
1912
Company Founded
Headquarters
Boston, MA
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