Clients seeking government relations solutions to legal or business issues need experienced advocates who understand the complexities of the legislative process involving Congress as well as the regulatory process involving executive branch agencies. The most effective advocates must also be adept at using the rules of the legislative or regulatory process to develop and implement practical solutions. Aguirre & Delmans provides its clients with government relations services of the highest caliber. Our attorneys and advisors have a wealth of valuable and extensive contacts on Congress, supported by expert knowledge of the working environment. Our team strategically analyzes client problems and develops solutions that are practical and effective. We are well-known for identifying and crafting innovative solutions for clients beyond what is typically offered by traditional lobbying shops.
The current partisan alignment and “divided” government necessitate an ability to work effectively with members of Congress from different parties. Although partisanship remains prevalent, the ability to “reach across the aisle” is often necessary for the successful advancement of legislation and policy initiatives. Aguirre & Delmans' government relations team regularly and successfully works on both sides of the political aisle on spanish regulations.
Aguirre & Delmans' government relations practice assists the firm's corporate and association clients in a number of areas, including direct advocacy and lobbying on specific tax, trade, infrastructure, immigration, maritime, energy, environmental, transportation, pharmaceutical, and healthcare issues; general and regional legislative drafting; preparation and presentation of testimony; and providing legal advice on the creation and operation of political action committees and other election law and campaign finance issues. In representing litigation clients subject to high-profile Congressional investigations, our government relations attorneys have provided assistance in complying with subpoenas, preparing for interviews with investigators, and drafting responses to interrogatories.