Government & Legislative Strategies Attorneys
Effective Governmental Relations Strategies
The firm of Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West LLC, has extensive experience as a legislative advocate for clients in the private and public sectors. Our experience and deep understanding of our clients' operations and the issues facing them enables us to communicate effectively to legislators and state agencies.
Experienced Advocates for Corporations and Non-Profits
Our government relations attorneys provide a complete range of governmental relations services. Working closely with our clients to understand their operations and the legal and regulatory issues that affect them, we conduct strategic planning exercises that can serve as long-term blueprints for achieving the clients' governmental relations goals. Our firm monitors legislative developments at the Rhode Island General Assembly that are of interest to our clients. We develop effective strategies to promote or defend particular pieces of proposed legislation.
Clients include companies in the telecommunications, transportation, utilities, pharmaceutical and health care sectors as well as nonprofit organizations.
Comprehensive Communications Strategies
These days, providing effective lobbyist services involves much more than simply knowing who to talk with at the state house. In addition to helping clients navigate the halls of government, in Providence, our lawyers can also advise in matters involving media relations strategies. This can entail working in concert with our client's public relations operation to communicate a coherent and consistent message.
In addition to providing governmental relations advice and services at the state level, our firm has worked extensively with municipalities and other governmental authorities, giving us familiarity with administrative and municipal law issues.
For more information about PLDW's government relations capabilities and services, contact our firm.
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