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Mayer Brown’s Government Relations lawyers and lobbyists use sophisticated political experience and unmatched legal knowledge to advise businesses and governments on policy, legislation and regulation.

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Mayer Brown’s Government Relations lawyers and lobbyists use sophisticated political experience and unmatched legal knowledge to advise businesses and governments on policy, legislation and regulation. We guide some of the most significant government transactions in the United States and around the world, advise multinational businesses on national, state and local government issues, advance legislative and regulatory strategies that change the landscapes across major industries, and help governments initiate innovative plans to better serve their constituents.

Our clients range from major corporations and financial institutions in need of multifaceted strategies to government entities seeking novel solutions to unprecedented challenges. Mayer Brown’s experience representing both private entities and government bodies drives successful results for our clients and provides unique insights into the intersection of business, government and politics.

Many of our lawyers have held high-ranking elected, appointed and legal counsel positions in government, providing an insider’s view on how laws and regulations affect businesses. Our group includes a former United States secretary of commerce, two members of Congress, an ambassador, an associate attorney general of the United States, an attorney general for the State of Illinois, an attorney general for the State of California, a United States attorney and a host of other top-level positions.

Our lawyers routinely draw on Mayer Brown’s deep industry experience and work across practice areas with our lawyers located in key business centers throughout the Americas, Asia and Europe. We regularly advise in the following areas:

  • Congressional investigations
  • Construction of government projects
  • Gaming
  • Healthcare
  • Infrastructure public-private partnerships
  • Land use and project development
  • Legislative strategy and advocacy
  • National security restrictions on investment
  • Nonprofit representation
  • Privacy, data security and cybersecurity
  • Public finance
  • Public law
    • Federal government contracting
    • State and local government contracting
    • Government ethics and political law
    • Public utilities and timeshares
  • Telecommunications
  • Transportation regulation and policy

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