Brandon Román advises a wide array of domestic and international clients on a variety of financial services and tax issues. He assists clients in developing comprehensive strategies to further their legislative and regulatory interests before Congress, relevant congressional committees, and various regulatory agencies, including the Internal Revenue Service.
Sue Stead is a former Assistant Director for the Ohio Department of Insurance and seasoned adviser to clients in the insurance industry. She counsels clients on strategies for achieving business goals while mitigating regulatory risks, the practical business effects of emerging issues in insurance, industry innovation, alternative distribution channels, collection and use of data in insurance operations, product design, social media, electronic transactions, and legislative and regulatory developments. Sue earned both the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) and Market Conduct Manager (MCM) designations.
Matthew Cooper utilizes his unique prior experience as a trial lawyer for the US Department of Labor, and as a boutique firm litigator, to provide pointed advice to employers dealing with a wide array of environmental, safety and health (ES&H), labor and employment (L&E), and crisis management matters. Matt is currently assisting employers with COVID-19-related issues spanning each of these areas, including crisis response efforts for small, midsize, and large businesses.
Keith Bradley specializes in regulatory counseling, advocacy, and litigation in fast-changing, challenging regulatory environments. He was formerly senior advisor to the general counsel at the Energy Department, and counsel at the CFPB.