Lieberman PLLC understands how the U.S. federal regulatory system works.  After the president signs a law, it generally must be implemented through the issuance of regulations by a federal agency.  Billions of dollars can be at stake in the decisions agencies make in the regulatory process.   Founding principal Erik Lieberman served as regulatory counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives Small Business Committee and vice president and chief regulatory counsel for the Food Marketing Institute and has deep knowledge of how the federal rulemaking process functions and how firms and the public can participate in it to impact outcomes.

Representative Services Include:

  • Drafting Comments
  • Testimony at Public Meetings
  • Administrative Procedure Act
  • OMB Regulatory Review Process/ E.O. 12866
  • Regulatory Flexibility Act
  • Paperwork Reduction Act
  • Information Quality Act