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State Law Resources, Inc., is an international network of independent law firms. Our network helps businesses, trade associations and public policy coalitions navigate the complex and time-consuming process of managing both legal issues and state government relations. In the US, SLR has one firm from each state and the District of Columbia. Every firm has a state capital presence. Firms are selected for their experience in government relations and administrative and regulatory law at the state and national level.

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Nielsen, Merksamer, Parrinello, Gross & Leoni LLP


Nielsen Merksamer is widely regarded as California’s preeminent law firm specializing in government and political law, initiative, referendum and election law, constitutional and regulatory law, voting rights and redistricting, and trial and appellate litigation in these areas.  Firm clients include Fortune 500 companies, closely… Read more »