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...Selecting the Right Firm
The choice of a lobbying and consulting firm is a critical decision. At Schramm, Williams & Associates, Inc., our first job is to ascertain our client's objective and then do all that we can to achieve and exceed their goals. Our method of operating is fixed around providing top quality consultation and advice to our clients. Our proven track record of over 40 years of experience maintaining and servicing the needs of our c1ients is illustrated in the fact that many of them have been with us for years; in fact our very first client continues to be with the firm. One of the keys to our success has been an open line of communication with all of our clients. We believe that in being readily accessible, our clients are able to communicate with us and and recieve responses in an efficient, timely manner so we can achieve the desired results as expeditiously as possible. During our 40 years of representation, we have not had a conflict of interest. 
Our team of lawyers and consultants brings together a wealth of knowledge and skills gleaned from years of hands-on experience. Our firm members have been involved in shaping and developing key policy initiatives that have had a lasting effect on our nation's agriculture sector. Over the years, Schramm Williams & Associates, Inc., has represented clients before the White House, United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Drug Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, United States Department of State, United States Senate, United States House of Representatives, United States International Trade Commission, Federal Trade Commission, Trade Representative of the United States, United States Department of Commerce, the State of California Government, and the European Commission.
Subject Matter Expertise
  • Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Duty Matters
  • Crop Insurance
  • Crop Production Tools
  • Endangered Species Act
  • Energy
  • Federal Appropriations
  • Federal Export Programs
  • Food Safety
  • Government Purchasing Programs
  • International Trade
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Labor
  • Marketing Orders
  • Natural Resources
  • Research and Promotion Programs
  • Sanitary and Phytosanitary Problems
  • Taxes
  • Tax-Exempt Matters
  • U.S. Customs Issues, and others
  • Water Supply and Quality
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