Alan Slomowitz

Alan Slomowitz focuses his practice on federal governmental affairs, including representing individuals, companies and governmental entities before Congress and Executive Branch Agencies. He served 10 years as Chief of Staff to Representative Robert A. Borski (D-PA), who rose to become the second-ranking Democrat on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. Alan also served on the staff of the Committee’s Investigative and Oversight Subcommittee when Rep. Borski was Chairman.

Alan’s years of experience on Capitol Hill and at Greenberg Traurig cover a broad range of legal, public policy and political issues, including financial services, transportation, infrastructure, trade, appropriations, agriculture and municipalities. Alan uses this experience to help clients develop and implement strategies to address problems related to the legislative and regulatory processes of the Federal Government.

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New Bill Introduced in the U.S. Senate to Require the Disclosure of Ultimate Beneficial Owners of Corporations and LLCs Formed or Registered in the United States

On August 2, 2017, United States Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Ron Wyden (D-OR) jointly introduced Senate Bill 1717, entitled the “Corporate Transparency Act of 2017” (the “Act”).  The Act was referred to the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs.  The Act would amend Title 31 of the United States Code, to … Continue Reading

Senate Banking Committee Approves Changes to Dodd-Frank on Party-Line Vote

On May 21, 2015, the Senate Banking Committee approved by a 12-10 vote a financial regulatory reform package developed by the Committee’s Chairman, Richard Shelby (R-AL) that includes the most significant changes to Dodd-Frank since the law was enacted nearly five years ago. In this Alert, the author discusses the package’s components and what is … Continue Reading

Congress Enacts Changes to Dodd-Frank; Potential for More Changes in 114th Congress

Prior to adjournment, the 113th Congress passed the first changes to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (P.L. 111-203, “Dodd-Frank”) since the landmark legislation was signed into law by President Obama on July 21, 2010. The changes partially repeal the “swaps push-out” rule and make clear the Federal Reserve Board’s authority to … Continue Reading
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