Results are important. Here are a few recent examples which illustrate the kind of work and the kind of results our firm has obtained and continues to obtain for our clients:

  1. Successfully worked to gain full South Carolina delegation support for a Department of Justice grant designed to provide a variety of assistance to those who suffered as a result of the Mother Emanuel AME Church, Charleston, South Carolina, slaying.
  2. Worked to insure continued Federal funding for research and development for a safe, effective AIDS vaccine.
  3. For 20 years, have provided advice and counsel on a daily basis to a variety of clients concerning Senate parliamentary procedure, the Senate floor amendment process, and the formulation of legislative strategy for bills which reach the Senate floor.
  4. Contributed to a major advocacy effort to continue funding for the Medicare Advantage program
  5. Successfully worked to obtain a $10 million Federal stimulus TIGER grant for a major drainage/community safety project.
  6. Obtained an interpretation of a regulation from the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Administration relating to the transportation of regulated waste which saved the client millions in potential transportation costs, but at the same time, did not compromise safety.
  7. We have provided DC based representation for South Carolina’s largest investor owned utility, the only Fortune 500 company headquartered in South Carolina, for the last twenty years.
  8. Successfully advocated on behalf of a broad group of hunting and fishing groups, conservationists, and the tourism industry, working with the Wyoming Republican Congressional delegation, to place a moratorium on new energy leases in a specified area within the Wyoming Range.
  9. Successfully obtained $5 million from the Department of Energy to remediate a Cold War era uranium contaminated site on tribal lands.
  10. Successfully worked to achieve increased funding for a Department of Justice program which encourages law enforcement/community partnerships to reduce crime in high crime areas.