WASHINGTON, Nov. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In raising the bar within the domestic and international law scene, former White House, Special Operations Forces and Intelligence Officials have teamed up with leading corporate attorneys and litigators to form a unique National Security Law Practice at Fluet Huber + Hoang, PLLC.
From service at the highest levels of government in Washington to combat zones overseas including Iraq and Afghanistan, the firm's two-dozen attorneys and staff are experts in winning solutions from the courtroom to the battlefield. Several retain the highest levels of security clearances and ability to handle classified material on site in Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIF).
The firm's expeditionary law philosophy makes it a perfect match for clients involved in classified military and intelligence operations to navigating complex government contracts – deployable worldwide, 24 x 7. At the same time, its three offices maintain a small firm atmosphere well suited to general purpose legal affairs in the Washington, DC-area. Its visionary legal practice is focused on security-themed advocacy in areas including contract formation, administration and termination issues, security clearances, export compliance, civil litigation, ethics and business compliance, investigations, joint ventures, strategic alliances, business formation/transformation, corporate transactions, tax & accounting issues, intellectual property and more.
Its experts include former senior officials in not just the White House, but also Dept. of Defense, CIA, Dept. of Labor, and within top corporate and law offices. Firm leadership includes Joseph E. Fluet, Jennifer S. Huber, Francis Q. Hoang, Hugh P. Quinn, The Honorable Mary Beth Long, Dean G. Popps, Scott Williamson and Jack White.
As the stakes are so high when it comes to wartime defense, intelligence and procurement issues, failure is not an option.
For further information or to arrange media interviews, please contact J.D. Gordon at (202) 758-9083, Gordon@jdgordoncommunications.com.
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