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October 30, 2015
WASHINGTON, DC, October 30, 2015 - The Hill has named Covington’s Holly Fechner and Bill Wichterman to its annual “Top Lobbyists” list, which recognizes individuals who have “proven to be effective in advocating at the federal level.”
Named to the list for the third consecutive year, Ms. Fechner previously served as Policy Director for Senator Edward Kennedy, as well as Chief Labor & Pensions Counsel to the Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Committee.
Mr. Wichterman previously served as Special Assistant to President Bush and Deputy Director of Public Liaison at the White House, Policy Advisor to Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, and Chief of Staff to Congressman Joe Pitts and Congressman Bill Baker.
Covington’s Public Policy and Government Affairs practice ranks among the top five law firms in the National Law Journal’s “Influence 50” survey for the breadth of its legislative and regulatory experience. The firm’s ability to achieve success for its clients is the result of years of experience perfecting an understanding of the moving parts of the legislative process, involving committees, the leadership, intra- and inter- party relationships, the interplay between the House and Senate, and appreciation of the ways in which the executive branch can influence the legislature. The firm specializes in crafting comprehensive legislative and regulatory strategies for its clients in such diverse industries as energy, financial services, food products, pharmaceuticals, transportation, technology, telecommunications, and on such diverse matters as employee benefits, health care, homeland security, intellectual property, tax, sports, and product liability. The group’s expertise also extends to representing clients that are the subject of congressional or state legislative investigations.
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