Government Relations

C&G’s government relations practice navigates the complex intersections of law, policy, legislation, and regulation. With every client, we draw upon our strong network of relationships at the top levels of the Federal government and our understanding of the Washington, DC landscape to design and implement government relations plans that are tailored to our client’s unique objectives.

Adam Bramwell leads the practice and has over 25 years of senior Capitol Hill experience, including serving as the chief of staff to U.S. Senator Christopher Coons (D-DE), as the general counsel to the Secretary of the U.S. Senate, and as counsel to the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Ethics. He has strong relationships with key Democrats and Republicans in the Senate and House, and with senior Democratic officials who will be joining the incoming Biden Administration. Adam has extensive experience with building coalitions, advocacy work, and the development, implementation, and operation of congressional, legal, and business ethics programs.

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Cohen & Gresser’s Kwaku Andoh, Adam Bramwell, and Bonnie J Roe have been selected to serve on Law360’s 2021 Editorial Advisory Boards in the areas of Mergers & Acquisitions, Government Contracts, and Capital Markets, respectively. As board members, they will offer feedback on Law360 content and provide insights and trends to assist future coverage in their respective practice areas. This marks the third consecutive year that Bonnie and Kwaku have been named board members.

International law firm Cohen & Gresser announced today that Adam Bramwell, former chief of staff and general counsel to Senator Christopher Coons (D-DE), has joined the firm’s Washington, D.C. office and will lead the firm’s new Government Relations practice.  Adam has over 25 years of high-level political and lobbying experience, and has close relationships with a network of influential policymakers in both the new administration and the U.S. Congress.

Congress recently enacted the Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”), requiring millions of domestic and foreign businesses to disclose information about their beneficial owners to the federal government. In this C&G client alert, our Government Relations practice summarizes the major provisions of the CTA, considers the implications of the law on domestic and foreign entities, and provides analysis on some areas that may be shaped by the forthcoming implementing regulations.