Whiteford Taylor & Preston LLP has relocated its Montgomery County office to a larger location in downtown Rockville, the firm announced Monday.
The new office, at 111 Rockville Pike, has more room to accommodate its 11 attorneys and 10 support staff members. The old office in Bethesda had 10 attorney offices, while the new one has 16, the firm said.
“We had frankly outgrown our office in Bethesda and needed some additional space,” managing partner Martin T. Fletcher said in an interview Monday.
The new space, which is more modern and energy-efficient, is also near the county courthouses and the center of Montgomery County government, Fletcher said.
The firm’s Montgomery County office has several practice areas, including community associations, bankruptcy and business restructuring, labor and employment, litigation and some general business practice.
Del. Erek L. Barron, D-Prince George’s County and a partner at Whiteford Taylor & Preston, is based in the Rockville office.