Anthony Campau Quoted in Bloomberg Law Article "Trump Orders Limit Effect of Agency Guidance on Industry"
Anthony Campau was quoted in the October 9, 2019 Bloomberg Law article "Trump Orders Limit Effect of Agency Guidance on Industry" on the topic of recent executive orders limiting the guidance that can be used in policymaking.
“I think a big takeaway is that the real-world effect of an agency’s action is more important than its formal characterization,” said Anthony Campau, director of government regulation at the Detroit-based law firm Clark Hill PLC and a former chief of staff and counselor at OIRA.
Campau is Director of Government Regulation and Counsel in the Government and Public Affairs Practice Group in Washington, D.C., and Detroit, Michigan. As the former Chief of Staff and Counselor for the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA), Campau has a wealth of experience in a wide range of complex legal, regulatory, and policy issues. He helps companies, associations, and institutions across multiple sectors to make high-stakes business decisions in complex and dynamic regulatory environments. He represents clients seeking to understand and impact emerging regulatory developments and build internal systems for managing long-term compliance and effectiveness. Campau is also a Visiting Fellow in Regulatory Policy at The Heritage Foundation.
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