Representing Larry Silverstein in his quest to rebuild at Ground Zero has been the most demanding project that Wachtell Lipton has ever undertaken, with 71 lawyers working 100 hours or more on World Trade Center matters since 2001. It has also been Wachtell's most emotionally taxing representation. But at the behest of Silverstein, several Wachtell partners agreed to talk about all but the most confidential aspects of the deals, which many people say include the most complex agreements they have ever seen.
The Biggest Job: Wachtell and What It's Taking to Rebuild Ground Zero
The American Lawyer
September 11, 2007