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Law firm Stoel Rives LLP says it has opened a satellite office in Washington, D.C. The new office is headed by firm partner Greg Jenner, a former deputy assistant secretary of the U.S. Treasury for Tax Policy.

The new office address is 1020 19th St. NW, Ste. 375, Washington, D.C.

"Washington, D.C. is a natural fit for our firm," explains Stoel Rives Managing Partner Bob Van Brocklin. "Our presence there allows us to provide on-the-ground access to Congress, federal administrators and U.S. departments, agencies and bureaus for businesses that are federally regulated or have an interest in a federal policy matter, including those in energy, transportation, foreign trade, telecommunications, food and alcohol manufacturing and distribution, sports apparel and footwear, aviation, timber, health care, technology and general manufacturing, among others."



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