Education

Denison University

B.A., 1993, 1993

Pace University School of Law

J.D., 1996

Pace University School of Law

LL.M., 1997

Bar Admission

District of Columbia

New York

Arizona

Teddy Eynon

Member

Overview

Teddy Eynon is a Member in Dickinson Wright’s Washington D.C. office. Teddy 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.

Former Deputy Chief of Staff to Arizona Congressman John Shadegg, Teddy 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 upcoming 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.

Prior to joining private practice, Teddy was a shareholder at an international law firm and a partner at another international law firm. He is also a former Deputy Chief of Staff to Arizona Congressman John Shadegg.

Community Involvement

  • Mamie's Mile, Founder
  • National Down Syndrome Society,
  • Childhelp, Washington, DC Chapter
  • Cannabis Law Journal, Editorial Board Member

Publications/Presentations

  • Panelist, Association for Corporate Health Risk Management (ACHRM) May 1, 2017 Conference
  • Host, Association for Corporate Health Risk Management (ACHRM) “Teddy Talks Healthcare Reform 3.0” Webinar, March 2017
  • Host, Association for Corporate Health Risk Management (ACHRM), “Teddy Talks Healthcare Reform 2.0” Webinar, January 2017
  • Host, Association for Corporate Health Risk Management (ACHRM), “Teddy Talks Healthcare Reform” Webinar, December 2016
  • The Legalized Cannabis Industry & the Current Political Environment – Will it Grow?” Cannabis Law Journal, December 2016 Issue