Clark Hill’s Government and Public Affairs Practice Leaders Recognized As “Top Lobbyists” By The Hill
Clark Hill, PLC, is proud to announce that Kevin Kelly and Charlie Spies, co-leaders of the firm’s Government and Public Affairs practice in DC, have once again been named as “Top Lobbyists” by the The Hill. The Hill is a highly respected publication that provides comprehensive coverage of U.S. politics, policy, business and international relations with a focus on Congress, the presidency, and elections.
“We congratulate Kevin and Charlie and their teams for another stellar year of success in effectively meeting clients’ needs and successfully advocating our clients’ interests before Congress and the Administration,” said John J. Hern, Clark Hill’s Executive Officer. “Recognition from The Hill further highlights the great work our team is doing in D.C. and our reputation as a leader in this key sector.” Clark Hill’s Washington, D.C. office provides a strong foundation for delivering strong, principled, bipartisan government affairs and regulatory services.
Under their leadership, Clark Hill’s Government and Public Affairs practice supports our client’s needs in the rapidly changing and challenging regulatory and legislative environment ensuring their issues are heard, opportunities are met and threats reduced. Both “Top Lobbyists” credit their success from a powerful combination of creative thinking to design solutions for clients, strong relationships with decision-makers, subject matter expertise, and actionable experience that comes from their decades of work in various senior roles in the complex Washington arena.
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