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Jennifer C. Chen
Partner — Intellectual Property
Washington, D.C.
Greg Cope
Partner — Capital Markets and Mergers & Acquisitions
Washington, D.C.
John Decker
Partner — Energy Regulation
Washington, D.C.
I like that my practice involves building energy infrastructure. Our clients are developing or expanding their businesses, and our help—whether guiding them through the regulatory process or setting up and implementing transactions—allows them to put steel in the ground.
Michael S. Dry
Partner — Government Investigations & White Collar Criminal Defense
Washington, D.C.
In what I do, there are clear winners and clear losers. I’m often entrusted with preserving someone’s freedom or a company’s very existence, so I’m committed to moving the chess pieces around so that my clients are on the winning side.
Jason Fleischer
Partner — Energy Regulation
Washington, D.C.
Christopher C. Green
Partner — Capital Markets and Mergers & Acquisitions
Washington, D.C.
I particularly enjoy the opportunity our practice affords to work with highly entrepreneurial individuals as they lay the building blocks for vibrant and sustainable businesses. It is especially rewarding to serve as a trusted legal adviser to those clients throughout the life-cycle of those businesses.
George C. Hopkins
Partner — Environmental & Natural Resources
Washington, D.C.
Adam Hudes
Partner — Antitrust
Washington, D.C.
Gary R. Huffman
Partner — Tax
Washington, D.C.
To be a really effective tax lawyer, you have to have a very high level of technical competence but also be able to contextualize matters for your clients—to explain complex tax issues in a way that makes sense so that they can make the right business decisions. I love working with my clients to help them do that.
Jeffrey Jakubiak
Partner — Energy Regulation
Washington, D.C.
I was drawn to energy regulatory law by the fact that economics is integral to so much of what we do as lawyers in this area. My first academic love was quantitative economics and I bring this background and experience to much of my law practice, which often involves energy markets, ratemaking, accounting, and finance.
David R. Johnson
Partner — Government Contracts, Export Controls & Economic Sanctions, and National Security Reviews (CFIUS)
Washington, D.C.
Government contractors and global businesses operate in a complicated landscape. Our team has a rare depth of experience because we've spent years helping a diverse client base with contract disputes, challenges navigating export controls and economic sanctions issues, and matters implicating U.S. national security. We thrive on helping our clients succeed in a challenging environment.
Randall Johnston of Vinson and Elkins Washington
Partner — National Security Reviews (CFIUS), Export Controls & Economic Sanctions
Washington, D.C.
Government review of foreign investment for national security reasons is an increasingly important part of a growing number of deals. Coordinating filings across multiple jurisdictions can be essential to successful deal closings. I have guided clients through these regulatory processes in multiple jurisdictions in connection with dozens of deals. I am dedicated to minimizing the impact of national security and trade control issues on my clients’ transactions.