Tax & Infrastructure lobbyist, Liam Donovan, joins Bracewell’s Washington office

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Liam Donovan BracewellBracewell LLP has announced that Liam Donovan will join the firm’s Policy Resolution Group (PRG) as a lobbyist specializing in tax, infrastructure, energy and other issues. Donovan will be based in the firm’s Washington, DC office.

Donovan joins Bracewell from Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) where he served as Senior Director of Legislative and Political Affairs. 

“Liam’s arrival coincides with an increased focus by Congress and the White House on issues that significantly impact Bracewell clients, such as federal tax reform and energy regulatory and infrastructure issues,” said Bracewell’s Managing Partner Gregory M. Bopp. “We are pleased to welcome Liam to the firm.”

Donovan served as ABC’s lead on tax, energy and fiscal legislative issues for more than six years, representing the construction industry before the House, Senate, White House and federal agencies, while providing strategic guidance on the association’s political activities. 

“Liam is a great addition to Bracewell’s PRG team,” said PRG Co-Head Scott Segal. “Our clients will benefit from his thorough understanding of tax and infrastructure policies, his knowledge of and experience with the legislative process and his sharp political insights.”

“Bracewell has built a reputation for outstanding client service and effective representation of a wide range of companies, trade associations and coalitions,” said Donovan. “I look forward to joining the talented group of professionals in Bracewell’s PRG team and am eager to help our clients have a voice as Congress and the Trump Administration tackle a host of pressing tax issues.” 

Donovan graduated from Georgetown University with a degree in government. He has been published in The National Review, New York Post, POLITICO Magazine and other national publications.  Additionally, Donovan is frequently featured as a commentator on MSNBC and Fox News Channel for his political insights and analysis.

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