The Policy Resolution Group (PRG) at Bracewell is a unique team of lawyers, lobbyists and strategic communications professionals with decades of experience operating in Washington, D.C. Recognized as the top performing lobbying/law firm in 2015 by Bloomberg Government, PRG is the only group among its competitors to make this list for the previous four consecutive years.
PRG includes a bipartisan team of former senior officials in both the legislative and executive branches, former press secretaries and journalists, as well as nationally recognized lobbyists and strategic communications practitioners. We provide services and solutions for our clients that span legislative and regulatory advocacy, comprehensive strategic communications services including crisis communications and reputation management, coalition development and management, and support for Congressional investigation.
Our team members’ experience on Capitol Hill and in numerous government agencies provides our clients with an insider’s view of how to get business done in Washington. PRG’s federal advocacy focuses on two goals: (1) helping members of Congress and staff, regulators and other policymakers understand and act on the positions of our clients; and, (2) matching our clients’ priorities with the concerns of legislators and regulators. We develop legislative strategies, help clients manage relations with the executive branch and relevant federal agencies, and create coalitions and strategic partnerships to advance our clients’ regulatory or legislative initiatives.
From our office in Washington, D.C., we work closely with clients, regulators, legislative committees, federal agencies and law-enforcement officials in all areas of PAC creation and operations, political fundraising and congressional gifts rules. Bracewell’s election law lawyers assist individuals, companies and business associations in successfully pursuing their objectives in the campaign finance arena, consistent with the intricate and often-confusing laws that govern political contributions and related activities. We offer guidance on the permissibility of corporate contributions, acceptable contribution limits, in-kind contributions, and restrictions on contributions from Political Action Committees (PACs) and tax-favored institutions.