Brownstein Government Relations Practice and Attorneys Named to The Legal 500 U.S. 2024 List
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Brownstein Government Relations Practice and Attorneys Named to The Legal 500 U.S. 2024 List

July 08, 2024

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck’s Government Relations practice was recognized in the 2024 U.S. edition of The Legal 500. Additionally, Shareholders Norm Brownstein, Marc Lampkin, Al Mottur and Will Moschella received individual recognition on the list. Now in its 17th year, The Legal 500’s U.S. edition recognizes firms who handle high-level, nationally significant work across practice areas and highlights new trends and developments across the jurisdiction’s elite firms.

Chairman and Founder Norm Brownstein opened a government relations office in Washington, D.C., in 1996, which has grown into one of the largest, most successful bipartisan government relations practices in the U.S. He has impacted our nation’s public policy for over four decades, and the D.C. office’s success can be credited to his passion for political advocacy and relentless pursuit of solutions to clients’ problems. 

Marc Lampkin is a highly respected advisor and veteran Republican lobbyist, bringing years of political, legislative and campaign experience to bear for his clients. He puts his political acumen to work navigating matters from both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue, from the White House to the Capitol and across the Senate to the House and has led many high-profile public advocacy campaigns in Washington.

Al Mottur is a member of the firm's Executive Committee and a senior Democratic strategist who solves the most complex and thorny political issues clients face in Washington, D.C. He connects organizations with leaders at the highest levels of Democratic politics, in both Congress and the Biden administration, and uses his legal and policy intellect to build consensus around solutions. 

Will Moschella is co-chair of the firm's Government Relations Department. He leverages his experience in the Justice Department and Congress to counsel clients on a range of matters, including antitrust, financial services, legal reform, intellectual property and criminal law.

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