Manufacturers nationwide rely on us for solutions to their most complex issues.

As capital markets, the global economy, and industries evolve, the manufacturing and industrial sectors remain the lifeblood of our economy. Manufacturing companies must deliver value to stakeholders despite a myriad of complex issues ranging from product design and protection to incorporation of technology in the manufacturing process, managing supply chains, expanding production and distribution, and managing risks in a highly regulated global environment.

For nearly a century, Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP has advised manufacturers—including small-to medium-sized companies and multinational Fortune 500 and FSTE 1000 industrial corporations—to add value to stakeholders. We make sure clients are successful in the courtroom and the marketplace.

Our lawyers take the time to learn about clients’ businesses, goals, and obstacles in order to craft effective legal solutions tailored to their objectives.  

Our Clients

Companies in the following sectors:

  • Agribusiness (chemicals and seeds)
  • Automotive
  • Aviation and aerospace
  • Building materials
  • Chemicals, petrochemicals, and resins
  • Construction and engineering
  • Electronics and technology
  • Energy
  • Food and beverage
  • Forest products and paper
  • Furniture
  • Home appliances
  • Industrial equipment
  • Packaging
  • Steel and metals
  • Textiles and apparel

We are also actively involved in trade groups and associations as members, counsel, or advisors across numerous industries, such as:

  • Agribusiness
  • Builders and contractors
  • Chemistry council
  • Cross-border insolvency
  • Environmental
  • European-American business forum
  • Financial management
  • Food and beverage
  • Forest products
  • Franchise and dealers
  • Freight and transportation
  • Furniture
  • Glass products
  • International credit
  • Paper and packaging
  • Real estate
  • Steel and metals
  • Textile and apparel

Our Services

Our team provides representation in connection with the following issues:

  • Antitrust, competition law, and regulatory
  • Bankruptcy and insolvency
  • Commercial contracts
  • Commercial litigation
  • Corporate, transactional, and public company
  • Employee benefits and executive compensation
  • Employment
  • Environmental
  • Financing
  • Global business
  • Insurance recovery
  • Intellectual property (IP), technology, and licensing
  • Immigration
  • Products liability
  • Real estate
  • Tax