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In this episode of our Government Relations Podcast Series, Policy Directors Elizabeth Gore and Elizabeth Maier bring their broad knowledge of congressional issues from both sides of the aisle together for a discussion on what’s ahead after President Trump’s first 100 days in office. Brownstein Strategic Advisor Sen. Mark Begich moderates a discussion that covers the health care bill that just passed the House and Trump's use of ads, as well as budgetary concerns, job creation and infrastructure.
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Noelle Riccardella represents a wide range of clients in complex commercial real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, financing and leasing. Her practice includes handling real estate needs for a world-class ski resort, managing real estate acquisition and refinancing transactions for a privately held company with a 100-property portfolio across the United States and assisting a real estate fund focused on acquisition of properties with natural resource assets in their acquisition and disposition needs. Noelle also has extensive experience with real estate development projects, including city infill and redevelopment projects and large-scale ground up developments.
Chris Reiss has a broad range of transactional experience, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity, portfolio company investment, leveraged recapitalizations and buyouts, strategic planning, joint ventures and general corporate governance matters. He draws on his extensive background in both corporate and real estate law to successfully and efficiently guide large-scale transactions, providing pragmatic business solutions for both private and public companies.
Paul Prendergast is a patent attorney practicing since 1999 on life science and chemical issues in the areas of patent prosecution, strategic patent portfolio advice, reexaminations, clearance counseling, diligence analysis, opinion counsel, and post grant proceedings. Over the course of his career Paul has represented large and small pharmaceutical companies, chemical manufacturing interests, biotechnology companies, energy and fuel developers, medical device companies, federal facilities and universities.
Jonathan Pray is both an experienced litigator specializing in real estate and construction disputes and a shrewd transactional attorney who demonstrates a skillful hand at risk mitigation. He has represented clients in all aspects of the development and construction industries, including commercial and residential developers and landlords, public agencies, design and engineering firms, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, lenders, sureties and municipalities.