Clark Hill Attorney Kevin Kelly Quoted in The Hill
Kevin F. Kelly, the leader of Clark Hill's Government & Regulatory Affairs group, was recently quoted in an article in The Hill regarding the legislative filibuster. Kelly said that a potential removal of the filibuster following the 2020 presidential election would "keep all lobbyists on their toes," The Hill wrote.
Read Kelly’s full comments and the full article here.
Kelly is the leader of Clark Hill's Government & Regulatory Affairs group. He helps for-profit corporations and non-profit entities solve complicated problems before the Executive and Legislative Branches of the Federal Government, including complex fiscal, budgetary, contractual, and regulatory challenges at virtually every major agency. This includes formulation and execution of strategies to initiate, protect, and expand Federal programs of record in aerospace, biomedical research, cybersecurity, defense, education, energy, environment, health, homeland security, science, and transportation.
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