Morgan Lewis
Washington Office

Washington Office

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Recent News

04/14/14 Russia/Ukraine: Additional EU Sanctions (view PDF)
On April 14, 2014, the European Union (EU) added four additional names to the list of sanctioned persons.
04/11/14 Russia/Ukraine: Additional U.S. Sanctions (view list)
On April 11, 2014, the United States added seven additional individuals and one entity to the list of SDNs.
04/04/14 Russia/Ukraine: Status of U.S. Sanctions as of 04/04/2014
On April 4, President Barack Obama signed into law the United States’ Support for the Sovereignty, Integrity, Democracy, and Economic Stability of Ukraine Act of 2014
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Coming Events

04/23/14-04/25/14 ABA’s National Institute on Internal Corporate Investigations and Forum for In-House Counsel
Meredith S. Auten, moderator and George J. Terwilliger III, panelist
05/19/14-05/20/14 Ethics and Professional Responsibility for Securities Attorneys Washington, D.C.
Ben A. Indek, panelist
05/28/14-05/29/14 CFIUS: The Increasing Importance of National Security Review for Energy Industry M&A Houston
Stephen Paul Mahinka, speaker
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Recent Publications

04/17/14 FIRREA Misuse can Imperil Confidence in Banks, ABA Banking Journal (read the article)
Winter 2014 Regulation Through the Backdoor, Bank Insurance & Securities Marketing (read the article)
March 2014 FDA Draft Guidance Proposes Change to Combination Product Exclusivity Policy
New market exclusivity opportunities emerge for pharmaceutical companies.

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Office Contacts

Address:
1111 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20004-2541
Phone: 202.739.3000
Fax: 202.739.3001

Morgan Lewis's Washington, D.C. office represents clients whose interests are affected by nearly every facet of law in the nation's capital. The Washington, D.C. office dates back more than 50 years, and over time has become predominant in key areas involving the intersection of business and government. Many of our lawyers are former senior government officials.

Today, the Washington, D.C. office has more than 250 lawyers and has been expanding in targeted areas. We offer clients the advantage of working with lawyers who have a deep understanding of the inner workings of the federal government. Since the start of our Washington, D.C. office, we have been fortunate to recruit nationally recognized attorneys who served the government as senior regulators and decision makers. The cadre of high-ranking government officials began with a former chairman of the Federal Trade Commission; a commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission; and a deputy/acting administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency.

The tradition of high-level recruitment continues today, with the Washington, D.C. office being home to former government officials who served as White House Counsel, deputy, and then acting, Attorney General of the United States, Associate Attorney General of the United States, Assistant Attorney General for the Environmental and Natural Resources Division, U.S. Attorneys, Assistant U.S. Attorneys, Assistant State Attorney, state Solicitor General, Deputy Secretary of Labor, Solicitor of Labor, Acting Assistant Secretary of Labor for the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), Deputy Solicitor of Labor, Chief Litigation Counsel at the SEC, Chief Counsel to the Chief Accountant at the SEC, Special Counsel to the SEC Chairman, , Senior Litigation Counsel at the FTC, board member of the National Labor Relations Board,  senior associate counsel to the president and legal adviser to the National Security Council, chief of staff to a Federal Bureau of Investigation Director, and a senior counsel to several U.S. Senate Committees.

At Morgan Lewis, where we counsel clients in nearly every stage of business and are involved in some of the country's largest transactions, we seek to provide clients a regulatory perspective within a business framework. Clients are served in this way by our presence in Washington, D.C. and by our former government officials practicing in many areas and disciplines. Among the practices interacting daily with agencies of the government are Antitrust, Business and Finance, FDA and Healthcare, Energy, Environment, Government Relations and Public Policy, Intellectual Property, Investment Management, Labor and Employment, Litigation, Real Estate, Tax, and White Collar Litigation and Government Investigations.

We also represent many of the Washington, D.C. area's leading companies and institutions and our lawyers and staff are dedicated supporters of legal aid groups and local charitable organizations.