New Year, New District: How Will Your Business Be Affected?

January 5, 2017
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM ET
The Hamilton
600 14th Street N.W.
Washington, DC 20005

The 2016 elections have changed the political landscape in the District of Columbia and will impact how businesses and residents successfully work together to advance laws and public policy that serve their interests. With newly elected councilmembers, questions abound on how the Council of the District of Columbia, Office of the District of Columbia Chief Financial Officer, the Office of the Attorney General and the Executive Office of the Mayor will lead the city.

This program offers an opportunity for you to hear from, meet and speak with leading lawyers, political strategists, business leaders and public policy experts with deep knowledge of the D.C. government and its elected leaders. Panelists will discuss possible effects of the elections on the District's economy, employment and labor issues, economic development opportunities and business taxes.

Be sure to RSVP for this informative session while space allows.


James MacGregor
Publisher, Washington Business Journal


Kevin Clinton
Chief Operating Officer, Federal City Council

Janene Jackson
Senior Counsel, Holland & Knight

Margery Austin Turner
Senior Vice President for Program Planning and Management, Urban Institute

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