Cranfill Sumner LLP today announced that it has launched an Administrative, Regulatory & Government Law Group.

The Administrative, Regulatory & Government Law Practice Group will advise companies, individuals, professionals and local governments on trending regulatory issues in the United States.  The group’s attorneys will serve as liaisons in Washington and before state legislatures, agencies, and administrative bodies throughout the country.

“When clients are faced with the unique legal challenges associated with regulatory bodies or governmental agencies, it can be an overwhelming process. Cranfill Sumner’s Administrative, Regulatory & Government Law Practice Group is designed to help clients navigate these complicated waters by combining the skills and knowledge that our attorneys have gained over years of direct experience with these kinds of regulations,” said Marshall Wall, Managing Partner of Cranfill Sumner.

Patrick Mincey, a Partner based in the firm’s Wilmington office, will serve as Chair of the new practice group. He also serves as Chair of the firm’s White Collar, Government Investigations & Special Matters Practice Group.

“We are excited to formally announce this practice group after many years of helping clients navigate the complex landscape of governmental and regulatory oversight. Our experienced team of attorneys will continue to build on our deep relationships throughout Washington, D.C. and state governments that have established our international reputation as leaders in public policy and high-profile advocacy,” Mincey said.

Cranfill Sumner attorneys have represented individuals, businesses, citizens’ organizations, and municipalities in navigating and addressing governmental regulations and regulatory actions.