Washington Power Players Help Unique Law Firm Launch National Security Law Practice

Nov 29, 2012, 10:00 ET from Fluet Huber + Hoang, PLLC

WASHINGTON, Nov. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A lawyer, a journalist, a reality-TV star, and a general walk into a room... it may sound like the beginning of an "inside the beltway" joke, but if you throw in a who's who of Washington power players including some of the most prominent lawyers in the country, you've described an event that took place this week at the Army Navy Club in downtown Washington, DC.  

The law offices of Fluet Huber + Hoang celebrated the launch of their unique National Security Law Practice with a star-studded event that seemed to be the hottest ticket in the District.  

Over one hundred notable guests attended, including four former Ambassadors; half a dozen current and former senior government officials at the Assistant Secretary and Deputy Assistant Secretary level including the Honorable Thomas Lamont, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Manpower & Reserve Affairs and the Honorable Tommy Sowers, Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs for Public & Intergovernmental Affairs; superstar DC lawyers Brendan Sullivan and David Kendall; Mary Amons of Bravo Network's Real Housewives of DC; more than a dozen retired and active duty senior military officers; plus journalists and commentators with Fox News, Washington's ABC affiliate WJLA/News Channel 8, Associated Press, New York Times, Washington Post, Bloomberg News, Huffington Post and Al Hurra.

FH+H is one of the first law firms to emphasize its capabilities in expeditionary law, perfectly suited to clients involved in classified military and intelligence operations - and is deployable worldwide, 24 x 7 x 365. 

Its experts include former senior officials in the White House, Dept. of Defense, CIA, Dept. of Labor, and within top corporate and law offices.  FH+H leadership includes Joseph E. Fluet, Jennifer S. Huber, Francis Q. Hoang, Hugh P. Quinn, The Honorable Mary Beth Long, Dean G. Popps, Scott Williamson, Jack White and Chris Nagel.

As the stakes are so high when it comes to wartime or expeditionary lawyering in non-permissive environments--whether defense, intelligence or procurement issues-- failure is not an option for the cadre of lawyer-operators at FH+H.  For more information about FH+H, visit the firm's website www.fluetlaw.com.

SOURCE Fluet Huber + Hoang, PLLC