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Foreign Government Representation

Today, foreign governments face a mass of international legal obstacles. Chiefly when dealing with the tangle of U.S. government entities. As a decades-long counselor to foreign governments, we deliver short-term and long-term results in front of Congress and U.S. administrations. We combine government relations services with legal and regulatory practices to offer solutions to foreign governments with a range of critical needs.

Our well-connected team of former U.S. government officials is led by former Foreign Relations Committee member Senator Norm Coleman. We are respected for our constructive and bipartisan approach that achieves outcomes for clients in Washington’s highly competitive political environment.

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Representative experience

Assisting sovereign government clients by developing successful lobbying strategies and coordinated lobbying activities.

Successfully lobbying against legislation that would expose companies from the client nation to significant damage claims.

Successfully assisting a sovereign government client with respect to a legislative response to threatened international sanctions.

Assisting non-U.S. government officials in their meetings with U.S. government officials and members of Congress.

Conceptualizing and implementing strategies for better understanding of certain sovereign governments by members of the U.S. Congress.

Acting as advocates before the U.S. government with respect to the U.S. government’s role in legal actions involving sovereign governments.

Lobbying Congress on behalf of sovereign clients on such diverse subjects as the protection of intellectual property, tax policy, and financial services regulation.

Advising Libyan state institutions on a range of international issues since the 2011 revolution, including engagement with UK, EU, and U.S. policymakers and legislators.

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