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Influence 50 members registered a slight increase in government-affairs lobbying revenue in 2012
...the head of its Denver patent practice, have jumped to Brownstein Hyatt Farber & Schreck. S. Craig Hemenway, who led the practice, is...
... PROMOTIONS Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck (Denver): Mitchell Langberg has been promoted...
...and Exchange Commission cases. Previously, he was the head of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck's white-collar criminal defense and investigations group. He earned...
What do Washington attorneys think will come of this push to reform copyright laws? We asked leading copyright lawyers and lobbyists to tell us about what they expect and what it all might mean for t
Hearing a breeze for Srinivasan; Nathan's conditions; EPIC secrets; jobs available at DOJ; Hillard v. Sheppard for police monitor; keeping up with Jones; and a new group at Brownstein Hyatt in this w
...T-Mobile hired a team of lobbyists from law firm Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck to advocate for the merger. It is the same law...
A Las Vegas judge has dismissed a high-profile criminal "robo-signing" case against two Southern California title officers after their attorneys accused the Nevada attorney general's office of prosec
With Capitol Hill gearing up for a major overhaul to the nation's immigration system, lobbyists representing a wide range of businesses are preparing for the fight
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