Government Relations Attorney Edward "Teddy" Eynon Joins Dickinson Wright's Washington, D.C. Office

May 1, 2017
Dickinson Wright PLLC is pleased to announce that Attorney Edward “Teddy” Eynon has joined the firm’s Washington, D.C. office as a Member.

“With nearly two decades of experience advising clients on government relations and public policy matters, Teddy is a formidable addition to Dickinson Wright’s government relations practice,” said Frank Ortiz, Practice Department Manager of the Firm’s Appellate, Healthcare, Insurance and Regulatory & Administrative Groups. “His leadership and knowledge of our Federal government and the legislative process will be invaluable to our clients as they navigate the legislative environment businesses face today.”

“I’m excited to join Dickinson Wright and its impressive stable of lawyers as we continue to build the firm’s national government relations practice,” said Teddy Eynon. “With new legislation being discussed on a constant basis, our clients can take solace that Dickinson Wright has the knowledge and expertise to address government relations and public policy challenges that will impact their businesses.”

Mr. Eynon represents clients in a wide range of matters related to government relations and public policy at all levels of the federal government, including: energy and environment, budget, defense, healthcare, financial services, transportation and infrastructure, congressional investigations and oversight, and homeland security policy.

As Deputy Chief of Staff to former Arizona Congressman John Shadegg, Mr. Eynon has a comprehensive understanding of the legislative process, which enables him to effectively assist clients in developing strategies for promoting, defeating or providing input on pending legislation. He regularly monitors and analyzes federal and state legislative and regulatory processes, leveraging this knowledge to formulate strategies that aid in the enactment of state and congressional legislation.

Mr. Eynon is an active member of the community. He and his wife founded Mamie’s Mile, a nonprofit that honors their daughter, Mamie Grace, and supports the National Down Syndrome Society. He also serves on the board of directors for the National Down Syndrome Society, Government and Advocacy Board and ChildHelp, Washington, DC Chapter and is a member of the Foster Care Program, Washington, DC Chapter. Mr. Eynon also is currently serving on the Cannabis Law Journal’s 2016 Editorial Advisory Board.

Mr. Eynon received his B.A. from Denison University and his J.D. and LL.M. from Pace University School of Law.
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