The lawyers in our State Attorneys General Practice provide unmatched insight and legal counsel in dealings with the offices of the Attorneys General in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and US territories. We monitor and anticipate trends and developments that may affect our clients and offer comprehensive representation with respect to all aspects of state attorneys general activities.
State attorneys general increasingly join together in multistate investigations and litigation, and their activities affect nearly every industry and major policy area. By working with a firm that has the necessary relationships and expertise to approach attorneys general early, and proactively, companies can address public policy issues of concern before those concerns result in investigations or litigation. We ensure our clients are aware of and engaged with the right people so that issues can be resolved amicably and, whenever possible, without investigations or litigation.
Our lawyers maintain regular contact with state attorneys general and their key staff through participation in organizations such as the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG), the Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA), the Democratic Attorneys General Association (DAGA), the Conference of Western Attorneys General (CWAG) and the Society of Attorneys General Emeritus (SAGE).
Our practice is built upon a strong legal foundation and boasts the more than 20 years of government experience. Our practice includes the experience of 12-year Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning, along with several former Deputy and Assistant Attorneys General, the first Inspector General of the US Department of Homeland Security and a former Inspector General of the US Department of State. We specialize in investigations and litigation avoidance, consumer protection and antitrust investigations, litigation, public policy development, data privacy and information security, and amicus briefs.
Our lawyers and professionals approach each matter with unparalleled legal knowledge and a first-hand understanding of the decision-making processes of attorneys general. We also understand that legal issues before a state attorney general often have a multidimensional policy, regulatory and legal component that involves governmental stakeholders beyond the state. Our professionals bring decades of collective experience to these complex matters, gleaned from working in the trenches with federal and state legislative bodies, key regulatory agencies and independent commissions.
When our clients are faced with investigations or litigation, we move quickly and aggressively to protect our clients’ interests. Our legal skill and professional commitment to our clients has been recognized by the American College of Trial Lawyers, Center for Effective Dispute Resolution, the International Academy of Trial Lawyers and the International Society for Barristers, as well as numerous peer-reviewed publications, including American Lawyer, Best Lawyers, Chambers, Global Arbitration Review and The Legal 500.