As the nation’s capital and the seat of the federal government, Washington, DC, along with its surrounding area, is home to businesses in the service and manufacturing sectors, including media and technology companies, high-tech startups, and industries serving the federal government.

Our Washington, DC, office is one of our two founding offices and our second-largest. The office is made up of attorneys from all core practices of the firm, with a large concentration of attorneys representing the health care industry. Additionally, attorneys in Washington, DC, office include a former acting Attorney General of the United States as well as numerous members who have served in positions at various federal agencies (including the U.S. Departments of Justice, Labor, and Health and Human Services and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) and as staff counsel to congressional committees.

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