Saul Ewing LLP Launches White House Watch Blog to Track Legal Developments Under The Trump Administration
Saul Ewing LLP, a full service law firm with more than 270 lawyers in 11 East Coast offices, today announced the launch of White House Watch, an apolitical blog covering legal developments under the administration of U.S. President Donald J. Trump.
Written by Saul Ewing attorneys who advise clients on the application of and compliance with government regulations, White House Watch is a central resource for the firm’s business clients to learn about how the law is evolving in areas including labor and employment, health care reform particularly as it relates to employee benefits, infrastructure investment, white collar crime and medical marijuana. The blog will also cover developments in the administrative bodies which regulate industries ranging from insurance, higher education and energy to life sciences, health care, and food and beverage.
The launch of White House Watch is indicative of the depth of Saul Ewing’s experience helping clients navigate through the cross currents of government regulation. The firm has a long history of representing clients before government at all levels – from federal and state agencies to county and local governments. The firm recently pooled that experience to form its Regulatory, Compliance and Government team, which includes dozens of attorneys who have also previously worked inside government or currently serve in agencies supporting government and on state, county, municipal and school boards. The group is led by Stephen S. Aichele, whose 40-year legal career includes service as General Counsel and Chief of Staff to former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett. Joining Mr. Aichele in leading the Regulatory, Compliance and Government team is partner Earl Adams, Jr., who has worked both on Capitol Hill and in the Maryland State House, where he served as Chief of Staff to former Lt. Gov., now Congressman (MD-4), Anthony Brown. The firm also has strategic alliances with lobbying, government and non-legal consulting firms to supplement its legal services connected to government.
“Regardless of which party is in power, every election of a new president brings changes in the impact government has on business,” said Mr. Adams. “Our clients have expressed a deep interest in staying apprised of how the policies of President Trump will affect their operations and the White House Watch blog is one tool to help them do that.” Mr. Aichele added, “Developments are happening at breakneck speed. Our goal with the blog is to become a one-stop-shop for clients to learn about changes coming from the administration, and in some cases Capitol Hill, so that they can better understand how such changes may impact their business organizations and operations.”
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