The firm provides counseling and litigation support primarily for corporate, trade-association, and public-interest clients:
Regulatory Litigation: litigation that seeks to overturn a federal or state agency's regulations or policies under the Administrative Procedure Act, the Declaratory Judgment Act, Section 1983, and equity, as well as their state-law equivalents. Examples include ARTBA v. EPA and AAPS v. Sebelius.
Amicus Briefs: participate in litigation by filing amicus curiae (or friend of the court) briefs. The firm's amicus practice is described here.
General Litigation: represent parties to federal and state litigation in commercial disputes. Examples include Martin v. Blessing.
Regulatory Counseling: advise regulated entities on complying with administrative regulations and on working with the agency to reform, amend, or repeal administrative regulations.
Regulatory/Legislative Monitoring: monitor administrative or legislative developments to protect a client's interests.
Corporate counseling: negotiate agreements, protect intellectual property, and analyze legal issues as they arise.