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Brett Kappel Joins Akerman in Washington DC
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Summary: The law firm of Akerman LLP has announced that Brett Kappel has joined the partner ranks in the Washington, D.C. office. 

Brett Kappel has joined Akerman LLP in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, according to a press release at P.R. Newswire.

  
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Kappel is a top authority on lobbying, campaign finance and government ethics laws. He has experience on the local, state and federal levels when it comes to political law. He comes to the firm from Arent Fox LLP and will work as a partner in the Government Affairs & Public Policy Practice Group.

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“Brett is one of the leading practitioners of political law and he knows the myriad ways in which corporations and organizations can misstep the highly complex area of campaign finance,” said Richard Spees, chair of Akerman’s Government Affairs & Public Policy Practice Group. “Brett has skillfully advised countless companies, trade associations and political action committees (PACs) on the rules and regulations that govern political activities in the United States. Akerman clients will greatly benefit from his experience representing organizations and individuals before Congress and the Federal Election Commission.”

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Kappel’s practice focuses on political law involving government ethics, lobbying and campaign finance at the local, state and federal levels. He has represented members of Congress, trade associations, corporations, political action committees, candidates for public office and Super PACs.

He has worked as general counsel to Ron Paul’s 2012 presidential campaign and represented Rand Paul Alan Grayson in front of the Federal Election Commission.



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Source: P.R. Newswire



 

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