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Haynes and Boone Expands Environmental Practice with Addition of Two Washington, D.C. Lawyers

WASHINGTON, D.C. – To enhance client ability to navigate complex federal environmental issues, Haynes and Boone, LLP has added two highly regarded lawyers, Julie Domike and Alec Zacaroli, to its growing Washington, D.C. office. >>

Phil Hampton in Bloomberg BNA Intellectual Property Law Resource Center: FDA's Juice Labeling Regulations Do Not Bar False Advertising Claim Under Lanham Act

The federal food labeling law and its accompanying regulations do not bar a juice manufacturer from asserting a false advertising claim against a competitor based on an allegation that a juice label is misleading, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled July 12 in a unanimous decision. (POM Wonderful LLC v. Coca-Cola Co., U.S., No. 12-761, 6/12/14) >>

Four Haynes and Boone Lawyers Featured in Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Four Haynes and Boone, LLP lawyers have been recognized in Washington, D.C.’s 2014 Rising Stars and Super Lawyers annual award listings. >>

Recent Publications

Law360 Guest Article: Infringement Liability May Exist For Foreign Manufacturers

Many foreign manufacturers ignore U.S. patents because they wrongly assume they have no real economic risk and are not liable for infringing a patent in another country. But when products are being shipped to the U.S from another country, infringement liability may exist. >>

The Haynes and Boone Washington, D.C. office is conveniently accessible to the Capitol, government regulatory agencies, federal courts, and international tribunals.

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Washington, DC 20006-3962
United States of America

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Philip G. Hampton, II
Administrative Partner

Debra Hunter Merritt
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Washington, D.C.

Haynes and Boone’s Washington, D.C. office recently moved to a new location.

The Washington, D.C., office serves as a base for representing regional, national and international clients before federal government regulatory agencies, federal courts, international tribunals and in complex transactions of all kinds.

The regulatory work, especially in the antitrust, securities enforcement, energy, and international trade areas, provides clients with the highest quality governmental and regulatory experience encompassing counseling, enforcement and litigation issues.

Our Washington lawyers maintain excellent working relationships with senior White House and Executive Branch officials, and with key members of Congress and their staffs. Many have backgrounds rich in government service. Posts they have held include:
  • Executive director of the Maryland Public Service Commission
  • Assistant general counsel of the U.S. International Trade Commission
  • Assistant Commissioner for Trademarks at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)

The office’s focus also includes sophisticated corporate and finance work on which attorneys work in tandem with colleagues in the New York office as well as an expanding intellectual property and technology transactions practice that further leverages the firm’s Texas and California IP capabilities.