Maynard Nexsen’s Government & Regulatory Affairs Group offers results-oriented advocacy to the Firm’s diverse client list. We represent individuals, small businesses, and Fortune 100 companies across industries including aerospace, construction, energy, financial services, manufacturing, technology, and government entities.
Experienced professionals and lawyers help companies navigate today’s complex legislative and regulatory environment, providing clients with information to enhance their ability to forecast, adapt, and influence a constantly changing regulatory landscape. Our team provides strategic and tactical advice to clients so they can make informed daily and long-term business decisions.
Our Government & Regulatory Affairs Group has been ranked as a top-performing lobbying/law firm by Bloomberg Government, which evaluated 1,946 registered firms and based their metrics on the volume of work, client retention, practice growth, and, most importantly, client satisfaction. The Firm is also politically active and has a nationally ranked top ten law firm Political Action Committee.
Maynard Nexsen represents clients and their interests before Federal Departments, Agencies, the United States Congress, State Legislatures, and administrative agencies, boards, and commissions at the federal, state, and local levels.
Specifically, the Firm’s services include:
- Strategic planning and advice
- Identification and tactical use of existing corporate assets and resources
- Informing and educating government regulators, decision-makers, legislators, and oversight bodies
- Drafting policy, legislation and advising clients on pending matters
- Analyzing and responding to proposed rules, regulations, and legislation
- Testifying on behalf of clients in administrative and legislative meetings, hearings, and negotiations
- Collecting and analyzing political intelligence to identify risk and opportunity
- Advice on compliance matters and assistance with filing reports
The Firm is one of the founding members of State Law Resources, a nationwide network of independent law firms selected for their expertise in government relations and administrative/regulatory law across the country at the state level. Internationally, the Firm is a member of Lex Mundi, a legal network with 150+ member firms with more than 21,000 lawyers in 100+ countries.
In addition to broad experience dealing with the ins and outs of government regulations, Maynard Nexsen attorneys have deep experience in the following areas:
- Alcohol licensing and permitting
- Health care regulations, including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
- Environment regulations
- The Consumer Products Safety Commission
- Government contracting
- Governmental litigation
From advocacy to routine compliance and licensing, our legislative and regulatory affairs practice is designed to be responsive to your needs and the always-changing regulatory requirements.
*Maynard Nexsen’s staff includes experienced, registered lobbyists.
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