This month, Greg Guice, a former legislative affairs director at the Federal Communications Commission with two decades of experience in the telecommunications and technology policy, joined McGuireWoods Consulting’s federal public affairs team as a senior vice president.
Former FCC Legislative Affairs Director, House Energy and Commerce Committee Staff Member Offers Unique Insights
McGuireWoods Consulting senior advisor, Brad Alexander, along with McGuireWoods partner, Doug Lamb, discussed proposed regulations of the opportunity zone program and how public-private partnerships may help realize the potential of opportunity zones.
McGuireWoods Consulting’s Texas government relations team has hired Lucy Nashed and Tracy Morehead in its Austin office. They will serve as vice president and assistant vice president of state government relations, respectively.
McGuireWoods Consulting South Carolina government relations team and national grassroots advocacy team worked with lawyers from multiple McGuireWoods LLP practices to assist Dominion in negotiating a $13.4 billion merger with South Carolina-based SCANA Corporation.
This interview is the first in a series of “Women in Public Affairs to Know,” by the McGuireWoods Consulting Women in Public Affairs initiative. To learn more about the initiative or recommend a woman for a future interview, please visit our website.
Due to weather in Raleigh, the General Assembly has cancelled all committee meetings and will hold skeletal sessions (non-voting) this evening.
The General Assembly worked throughout the week holding committees, session, and taking up potential legislation. House and Senate Leaders are hoping to conclude their work for the year by the end of this week, barring any vetoes from the Governor. If any of the bills are vetoed, the legislature will have to come back again before the end of the year to override the vetoes, as a new biennium starts in 2019.
This Week: Congress averts government shutdown by passing two-week extension for Continuing Resolution, pushing the funding issues to Dec. 21.
Your weekly North Carolina political news report.
This Week: Key Hearings Postponed as Nation Remembers President George H.W. Bush, Senate Commerce Committee Moves to Advance Highly Automated Vehicles Bill Before Year’s End, TSA Releases Cybersecurity Roadmap, Senate Commerce Subcommittee Holds FTC Oversight Hearing, FCC Unveils Plan to Target Robocalls
In today’s increasingly global and complex economy, having a team that understands how to make deals happen is vital to a company’s long-term success. Whether it is assistance with finding the right site for a new business facility or negotiating the right incentives, McGuireWoods Consulting has the experience in dealing with every stakeholder—legislators, government officials, and the public—to guide you through every step of the decision-making process. Combining both local knowledge and national experience, our team is the ideal partner to ensure your company successfully navigates the economic development process.
The McGuireWoods Consulting Women in Public Affairs initiative focuses on bringing women in public affairs together through a series of local and regional educational events and networking opportunities.
While Congress may not be able to make up its mind on whether and how to permanently deal with cannabis legalization, the American people clearly have done so. In virtually every state with any kind of significant urban presence and direct voter access to the ballot, marijuana is in some stage of decriminalization.
An overview of the upcoming week in Congress from the McGuireWoods Consulting Federal Public Affairs Team.
The average cost of producing one megawatt hour of electricity in North America, new energy generation capacity added globally, total solar installations, top 10 solar states, and more.