Attorney general (AG) meetings occur throughout the year and focus on substantive legal and policy issues. For businesses, attending these meetings not only offers the opportunity to further develop relationships with attorneys general and their staff, but provides critical insight into AG policy-making and enforcement priorities.
With a team that includes a former Ohio Attorney General and several former AG Consumer Protection Chiefs, our firm makes these events and the content shared at them accessible to our clients. We attend key National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG), Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA), Democratic Attorneys General Association (DAGA), and Conference of Western Attorneys General (CWAG) meetings, not only learning the AG issues and priorities, but also speaking with AGs personally about individual client concerns. We share with clients what we have learned both in these formal meetings as well as in the informal conversations we have with AGs and their staff. We also share important meeting information through our website, including registration links, attendee lists, final agendas, speaker details, program materials, and more.
Upcoming AG Events
Feb 25 - 26, 2018Washington, DCRAGA Winter National Meeting
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