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Congressman Bill Owens Joins McKenna Long & Aldridge’s Public Policy & Regulatory Affairs Practice

Posted in Appropriations, Canada-U.S. Relations, Congress, Federal, Legislation (Federal), New York

Congressman Bill Owens has joined MLA’s Public Policy & Regulatory Affairs practice as a senior strategic advisor in the Washington, DC office. The former U.S. Representative from New York brings deep experience to McKenna’s Canada-U.S. practice. Based on his extensive experience in federal policy in the context of the Canada-U.S. relationship, Congressman Owens will advise Canadian and… Continue Reading

2012 Congressional Lame Duck Session: Webinar Summary and Recording

Posted in 2012 Elections, Appropriations, Budget, Congress, Legislation (Federal), National Security & Defense, Tax Policy

By Joe Dowley A momentous session of Congress looms ahead… We are carefully watching developments in advance of the elections to gauge likely directions once voters have spoken. There won’t be much time—or open deliberation—once the Lame Duck begins. Most decisions, if there are any, will come as a result of closed door meetings between Congressional leaders… Continue Reading