Chase Germann is a legislative assistant in Holland & Knight's Washington, D.C., office and a member of the firm's Public Policy & Regulation Group. Mr. Germann works on policy issues related to labor, economic and infrastructure development, tribal self-governance, artificial intelligence (AI) and emerging technologies, climate change, outer space, the armed forces and foreign affairs.
Mr. Germann cultivates a deep understanding of federal policy in order to provide the best possible information, strategies and engagement tools to accomplish objectives for tribal, nonprofit and private sector clients. He guides clients through the federal policymaking process to advise them on the impacts of congressional and executive actions. Mr. Germann utilizes his research experience and technical understanding to provide key details and information to achieve client results.
Prior to joining Holland & Knight in his current position, Mr. Germann was a Public Policy & Regulation Group intern in the firm's Washington, D.C., office, where he assisted the Native American Law Team.
- University of Minnesota, Morris, B.A., Political Science, with honors and distinction
- University of Minnesota, Morris, B.A., English, with honors and distinction