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Government Relations

As the world market and community culture continuously change, we strive to offer services that will meet the demands of a diverse and growing client base. Building on the success of previous relationships we have maintained over the years and working towards a sustainable future, we are proud to introduce a Government Relations practice. The practice is well-equipped with attorneys who have extensive government experience.

Our Government Relations attorneys have served in various areas of the public sector, including (but not limited to) the Kentucky House of Representatives, Secretary for the Cabinet for the Governor of Kentucky, Director of the Legislative Research Commission, General Counsel for the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, and General Counsel for the Governor of Kentucky. We have shown leadership across the state of Kentucky by serving on the House Economic Development Committee, the Governor’s Task Policy Commission, the Kentucky “Investing in People” Task Force, and the Capital Planning and Advisory Board. In addition, our Government Relations attorneys are experienced lobbyists, successfully representing the interests of individual clients and large corporations in the Kentucky General Assembly on numerous occasions.

The introduction of the Government Relations practice group is a progressive way to move forward as a firm in an ever-changing world. Tracing our roots back over one hundred years, we have historically demonstrated that same level of respect, commitment, and integrity to our clients. We are proud to offer a Government Relations practice as an extension of ongoing services to our expanding network of clients and we understand the importance of the relationship between a people and their government.


Our work in this practice crosses over to the following industries:
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