Cozen O’Connor’s Government Law and Regulatory Affairs practice is an interdisciplinary group of attorneys providing unique insights to help our clients resolve countless legal and regulatory issues. We represent public and private companies, family businesses, corporate boards and committees, directors and officers, investors and investment funds, nonprofits, and trade associations in a wide range of industries. Our attorneys are deeply knowledgeable about the regulatory requirements and decision-making processes at the federal, state and local level.
We provide practical strategic advice concerning government contracting and regulatory compliance, licensing, corporate governance, major corporate transactions and business organization. We also provide litigation counsel on matters adverse to government entities before administrative, state and federal courts. Our attorneys act as trusted partners to our clients, helping them implement efficient compliance solutions, create new products and programs, and grow their businesses.
Our Government Law and Regulatory Affairs attorneys have served in government, represented public entities, advocated before legislators and regulators and successfully concluded a wide variety of transactions with government entities. They have also successfully litigated matters involving administrative and constitutional law.
Government decision makers are motivated by a complex set of priorities. Our diverse experience in and around government gives Cozen O’Connor a unique perspective on how these priorities are established. To successfully advocate for our clients, we couple that with a thorough understanding of your organization, relevant public policy, the political context and government process.
In addition, our government law and regulatory affairs attorneys work closely with Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies, a bipartisan government relations firm that represents clients before all branches of the federal government and before state decision makers in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, New York and New Jersey.