Foley & Lardner quietly mothballed its Sacramento lobby shop last month after the firm’s last two government advocates left and launched their own practice.
George Ash, chair of Foley’s public affairs practice, described the March 31 departure of lobbyists George Steffes and Kathryn Austin Scott as “a mutual parting.”
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