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WASHINGTON — U.S. Representative Albert Wynn, D-Md., will join Washington’s Dickstein Shapiro as a partner in the firm’s public policy and law practice upon his retirement from Congress. Wynn, whose career spans more than 25 years as an elected official, will focus his practice on legal, legislative, and regulatory counseling. “I have known Congressman Wynn since our days in law school together, and I am delighted that he is joining Dickstein Shapiro,” said Michael Nannes, Dickstein Shapiro’s chairman.� “The congressman has led a very distinguished career in public service, and spent 10 years at the helm of his own law firm.� His knowledge of the law, the government, and the public policy process is an invaluable asset to our clients and our practice.” Wynn spent 16 of his 25 years in elected office as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, in which he represented Maryland’s fourth congressional district, including portions of Prince George’s County and Montgomery County.� He serves on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, as chairman of its subcommittee on environment and hazardous materials, and as a member of the subcommittee on energy and air quality. Wynn also is a member of the Congressional Black Caucus, the Congressional Wireless Caucus, and the Congressional Hydrogen Fuel Cell Caucus, among others.� During his early years in public service, Wynn founded and directed his own law firm for a decade.� He earned his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. Dickstein’s government law & strategy group is dedicated to providing clients with skilled, focused, and cost-effective advocacy in the councils of both federal and state government.

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