The U.S. Supreme Court doesn't recognize a privacy interest for businesses, as opposed to that enjoyed by individual consumers
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The growth spurt that propelled the 50 highest-grossing lobbying practices in the country through the billion-dollar ceiling for the firsttime last year plateaued in 2008. It was still a billion-doll
...Page 13). Before joining Livingston Group, Duncan was a principal at Wexler & Walker Public Policy Associates
...consultant.John DuncanWexler & Walker Public Policy AssociatesLivingston GroupFormer principal...
...safety communications network. Helping make the case were the Fritts Group, Wexler & Walker Public Policy Associates, Clark & Weinstock, and St. Louis firm Thompson Coburn...
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