Watch Live At: 5pm EST Feb. 2, 2012

Attend a discussion on the intersection of regulation and business. The panel will identify commonalities arising in the regulation of business; identify strategies (or quite simply do’s and don’ts) to improve cooperation between the regulator and regulated toward achieving the (presumably) societally beneficial goals of the regulation; and provide recommendations for dealing with one’s counterpart if cooperation is not forthcoming.

Panelists:
William Freedman – Deputy Chief, Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau, Federal Communications Commission;

Eric Friedman – Director of the Montgomery County, Maryland Consumer Affairs Department;

Dr. C. Lisa Kauffman – Physician, President of Georgetown Dermatology Associates, which operates under material D.C. regulation;

Barnes Lawson – Attorney with Lawson, Tarter & Charvet, whose practice is primarily Northern Virginia zoning and land use work, controlled by local regulation;

John Maxwell, President of John Marshall Bank, which operates under significant (and growing) federal regulation; and

Sanford (Sandy) Saunders – Attorney, Partner in Greenberg, Traurig, with a significant federal energy practice.

The panel will be moderated by Morris A. Nunes, attorney and adjunct professor who teaches law for managers at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business.

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