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Political inertia, regulatory pullback, and the specter of a financial downturn may throw up special challenges for the capital’s leading law firms in the coming months and years.

But D.C. firms are no strangers to congressional gridlock or to waxing and waning enforcement and economic cycles—and many see opportunities in the Trump administration’s changing regulatory regime and the stalemate on Capitol Hill.

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Ryan Lovelace

Ryan Lovelace is based in Washington, D.C., and covers the intersection of law firm business, lobbying and the federal government. Contact him at [email protected] On Twitter: @lovelaceryand

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