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WASHINGTON — William E. Moschella, the principal associate deputy attorney general in the Department of Justice, has joined Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck as of counsel in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. Moschella, also a former assistant attorney general for the Office of Legislative Affairs, will practice in the firm’s government relations, congressional oversight and investigations, and competition policy and corporate mergers practice groups. Before joining the Justice Department, Moschella served as chief legislative counsel and parliamentarian to the House Judiciary Committee. He also worked as general counsel to the House Committee on Rules and counsel and parliamentarian to the House Committee on Government Reform. At the Justice Department, Moschella was one of three top department officials who defended the controversial firings of eight U.S. attorneys in congressional hearings last year. “Will’s experience as the chief legislative strategist for the Justice Department, in addition to his extensive knowledge of Capitol Hill and House procedure in particular, will enable him to provide the highest level of legislative and legal service to our firm’s clients,” Al Mottur, managing partner of Brownstein’s Washington, D.C., office, said. Moschella’s 15 years of legislative policy and strategy experience include testifying before Congress as the spokesman for the Justice Department’s key legislative initiatives, preparing witnesses including the attorney general for congressional testimony, handling congressional requests for information and documents and guiding numerous nominees for DOJ and federal judicial positions through the Senate confirmation process. Moschella earned his J.D. from the George Mason University School of Law. Brownstein is a 230-member law and lobbying firm with offices in Washington, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada and California. The firm’s government relations specialties include antitrust, appropriations, congressional investigations, energy, financial services, health care, homeland security and telecommunications.

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