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Hogan Lovells Adds Senior Legislative Advisor in Washington, D.C.

22 November 2010

WASHINGTON, D.C., 22 November 2010 - Hogan Lovells announced today the addition of Kyle Simpson, a senior legislative advisor who brings many years of experience in government relations, lobbying, domestic and international energy matters, and resource management. Simpson has joined the Hogan Lovells US LLP Washington, D.C. office where he is a member of the Legislative practice group.



Simpson has extensive experience making recommendations on energy matters, having served as senior policy advisor to the U.S. Secretary of Energy and Associate Deputy Secretary for Energy Programs. Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Simpson was a Policy Director for the law firm Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, and he was founder, president, and CEO of Morgan Meguire, a lobbying and public policy firm focused on energy and environmental issues.

"We are very pleased that Kyle has joined our group," said Mike House, Director of the Legislative practice group. "He brings to the table a strong sense of business ethics, and he has captured economic benefits and removed market barriers for scores of clients in his past experience."

On his arrival, Simpson said, "Hogan Lovells has a growing client base, and I’m excited to recruit top-quality clients to our team. There are several opportunities at the nexus of the legislative and administrative branches of federal, state, and local governments and businesses, and I look forward to providing and implementing policy strategies for our clients in the energy, environment, and natural resources sectors."

Simpson received his bachelor's degree in Political Science from Brown University. He is on the Board of Directors for Keystone Energy and is a Policy Advisor for the National Council of Minorities in Energy.

 
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