Greenberg Traurig’s New York Government Law & Policy Practice, based in New York City and Albany, is one of the leading government relations offices in both the City and the State. They have been consistently ranked among the Top 5 lobbying practices in New York City by the City Clerk’s Office and among the Top 5 law firm lobbying practices in New York State by the Commission on Public Integrity. The team represents nationally and internationally recognized companies and local firms before government agencies, the legislature, public authorities, public regulatory agencies, and utility companies in obtaining financial support or economic benefits or negotiating and litigating resolutions or disputes. They can help clients navigate the government investigation process in the face of significant public scrutiny, resolve clients’ regulatory issues, and advise clients on complying with lobbying laws and campaign finance issues. Additionally, Greenberg Traurig represents clients in procurement contracts before the city and state and its agencies and their authorities.
They provide governmental affairs assistance to companies in a wide range of areas, including construction, education, energy, environmental, government, health care, procurement, taxation, technology, and transportation. Whether defending against executive or legislative action or working to create and implement an initiative or opportunity, Greenberg Traurig lawyers and lobbyists craft strategies tailored to the specific needs of each individual clients.
The New York City and Albany teams are comprised of lawyers and government law and policy professionals who have credibility with government decision-makers because of their reputation for sound analysis and effective advocacy. Their experience has enabled the firm to create a strong “on the ground” presence for clients.
In addition, the New York GLP team has a deep bench of professionals helping clients address the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) health crisis, and even more importantly, help them navigate issues and opportunities once the crisis has subsided.
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