Wong Fleming Unveils New Logo Reflecting Modern and Sleek Design

May 24, 2023 | by Wong Fleming

Wong Fleming, a national law firm that primarily represents corporate America in litigation, as well as immigration, real estate, and mergers and acquisitions, has launched a new logo that embodies a modern and sleek design, and the firm’s forward and innovative thinking.

The logo showcases the firm’s initials “WF” in a contemporary style that forms a triangle, symbolizing the firm’s commitment to strength, stability, and growth. The dynamic design of the logo exemplifies the firm’s dedication to providing its clients with vigorous representation that achieves efficient and effective legal solutions.

“Our new logo represents the firm’s evolution and growth,” said Linda Wong, co- founder and managing partner of Wong Fleming. “We wanted to update our brand to reflect the dynamic nature of our practice and our commitment to providing our clients with innovative legal solutions.”

The new logo is part of a larger effort by Wong Fleming to refresh its brand and enhance its online presence. The firm also has initiatives to invest in new technology to better serve its clients.

“We are excited about our new logo and what it represents,” said Ramina Dehkhoda- Steele, partner-in-charge of the Redmond, Washington office. “We believe it reflects the energy and passion that we bring to our work, and we look forward to continuing to provide our clients with the highest level of service and expertise.”

About Wong Fleming

Wong Fleming is a nationally recognized, AV-Rated law firm that represents Fortune 500 companies and other corporate clients in the areas of Commercial Law, Corporate Asset Recovery, Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy, Employment and Labor Law, Environmental, Insurance Defense and Coverage, Intellectual Property, Immigration, Real Estate, and Premises and Product Liability. The firm maintains offices in the New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, California, Texas, Washington, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Tennessee, Canada, Mexico, and Germany.