Goodwin partners A group of partners and office leaders from Goodwin’s California offices. Back row: An-Yen Hu, Lynda Galligan, Brett Schuman, Caine Moss, Scott Joachim, Heidi Mayon and Neel Chatterjee. Front row: Dean Pappas and A.J. Weidhaas.

In less than 15 years, Boston-born Goodwin Procter has become a known entity, and frequent adviser, to Silicon Valley’s entrepreneurs.

Competing head-to-head with its Big Law rivals in the valley, Goodwin represented about 11 percent of startup clients last year, according to a survey by Kruze Consulting; it was the only East-Coast-born firm to land in the top five for startup client market share.

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