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Joseph Stanton and Michelle Tanzer Named Florida Trailblazers by the Daily Business Review

September 8, 2020

Joseph Stanton and Michelle Tanzer Named Florida Trailblazers by the Daily Business Review
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Located along Constitution Avenue just across from the U.S. Capitol, the Washington office is staffed with individuals with years of experience at the forefront of political, business, litigation, regulatory, and diplomatic developments.

Understanding how government works and how it impacts the clients of Nelson Mullins is a key service that the Washington office provides. Nelson Mullins represents national and global clients with needs closely tied to the Administration, Congress, regulatory agencies, and the Capital’s international organizations. Washington office corporate attorneys have transactional experience in banking and securities regulation, including investment company and broker/dealer issues. Washington office litigation attorneys often represent clients in matters of federal agency law and telecommunications.

Representing clients around the country and the world, the Firm and its Washington presence enhance our reputation as a full-service law firm. With an office in one of the world’s power centers, Nelson Mullins can serve as an advocate for clients from within its footprint and beyond.

KEY CONTACT

Why Nelson Mullins: Tim Fitzgibbon

Tim Fitzgibbon, managing partner of the Firm's Washington D.C. office, explains why Nelson Mullins' presence in the nation's capital helps us handle client problems from as many legal angles as possible.

Located along Constitution Avenue just across from the U.S. Capitol, the Washington office is staffed with individuals with years of experience at the forefront of political, business, litigation, regulatory, and diplomatic developments.

Understanding how government works and how it impacts the clients of Nelson Mullins is a key service that the Washington office provides. Nelson Mullins represents national and global clients with needs closely tied to the Administration, Congress, regulatory agencies, and the Capital’s international organizations. Washington office corporate attorneys have transactional experience in banking and securities regulation, including investment company and broker/dealer issues. Washington office litigation attorneys often represent clients in matters of federal agency law and telecommunications.

Representing clients around the country and the world, the Firm and its Washington presence enhance our reputation as a full-service law firm. With an office in one of the world’s power centers, Nelson Mullins can serve as an advocate for clients from within its footprint and beyond.

Washington, D.C. Professionals

DIRECTIONS

From Reagan National:

Take George Washington Memorial Parkway North

Take I-395 North exit (toward The Capitol)

Take the D Street NW exit (toward The Capitol)

Turn left on C Street NW

Turn on 1st Street NW

From BWI:

Take I-195 West

Take the Balt/Wash Parkway/MD-295 South exit towards Washington (exit No. 2B) MD-295 South becomes DC-295 South

Take the East Capitol Street exit, which turns into Whitney M. Young Memorial Brg.

Turn right on 6th Street NE

Bear onto Louisiana Ave.

Bear left on 1st Street NW

From Dulles:

Take VA-267 East

Continue on I-66 East

Continue on US-50 East

Continue on US-1/US-50 East

Continue on Constitution Ave. NW

Turn right on Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Turn left on Constitution Ave. NW

Turn left on 1st Street NW

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