Anchorage and Alaska enjoyed sustained economic expansion during and after World War II. This growth culminated in the discovery of oil in the Cook Inlet region and subsequent statehood for Alaska in 1959. Throughout this period, new businesses commenced operations in Alaska and looked to the Delaney Wiles law firm to provide professional legal services.
The founding partners committed the firm to the provision of superior legal services in exchange for reasonable fees. The firm retains its founders' commitment to consistently attract top quality lawyers and clients interested in furthering commerce and development in the state of Alaska. The Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory gives the firm its highest AV rating. Many of its former Shareholders and associates have become prominent Alaska State and Federal judges.
The firm's practice is oriented toward business enterprises and governmental entities and is divided into four areas of practice: litigation, employment, commercial, and health care law. Within these broad-practice sections, attorneys handle a wide variety of complex legal matters. When advantageous to the client, attorneys from different sections collaborate on difficult cases.
Delaney Wiles, Inc. consists of 6 full time attorneys and 3 attorneys of counsel, supported by a full paralegal, secretarial, and administrative staff. The firm has broad experience handling large and small litigation cases. Its research capabilities are expanded by the in-house availability of Lexis and Westlaw computer services. Delaney Wiles is fully computerized, networked, and Internet ready and has the ability to connect with clients via Virtual Private Networks (VPN's). The firm provides its clients with the best possible legal services commensurate with economy and efficiency.