Monthly Archives: March 2011

New York Advocacy Association Testifies at New York City Lobbying Commission Hearing

At this morning’s New York City Lobbying Commission Hearing, Cozen O’Connor Member Ken Fisher testified on behalf of the New York Advocacy Association (NYAA).  The hearing focused on the differences between the City lobbying scheme and the State lobbying scheme.  Below

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Oversight of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

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Consolidation

In my travels around Washington this past week, that’s a word I heard everywhere and in a number of different contexts. The budget screws are being tightened, and the Executive Branch is taking it very seriously. While all official Washington

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JCRC to Host Seminar on Redistricting

Our friends at the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York are hosting a seminar this spring on the redistricting process in New York.  The seminar, entitled "The Redistricting Puzzle: Working within the Legal Framework and Changing Demographic Realities," is split up into two sessions.   Both sessions will

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Ken Fisher Interviewed by NY1 about New York City’s Lobbying Laws

Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies Member Ken Fisher was interviewed by NY1 about the effect of the lobbying laws put into place by Mayor Bloomberg and the New York City Council in 2006.  Ken said that "what [lobbyists] do object to is

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