Business and community leaders gathered Tuesday morning to celebrate the opening of a new Phoenix office for Holtzman Vogel, one of the nation’s most prominent law firms specializing in government, regulatory matters and litigation. The firm’s regional office is located at The Esplanade.
Founded over two decades ago and based in Washington, D.C., Holtzman Vogel has expanded quickly in recent years. In addition to Phoenix and the nation’s capital, the firm also has regional offices in Virginia and Florida.
Managing Partner Jill Holtzman Vogel said the Arizona marketplace is a perfect fit.
“We could have chosen anywhere to expand our reach, but Arizona and the Phoenix metro area is dynamic and fast-growing – just like our team,” she said. “This is absolutely the right place for Holtzman Vogel to put down roots, and we are thrilled to open the doors and get started.”
In addition to leading the law firm, Ms. Holtzman Vogel is a Republican member of the Virginia General Assembly, where she has served since being elected in 2007. Ms. Holtzman Vogel’s extensive experience includes stints as chief counsel of the RNC and deputy general counsel of the Department of Energy during the George W. Bush administration. Following the 2000 general election, she represented the Bush-Cheney campaign in West Palm Beach and Osceola County during the Florida Presidential Recount.
Holtzman Vogel lawyers have decades of combined experience working at the highest levels of government, law and public policy – including in the White House, Cabinet, federal agencies, Department of Justice, Federal Election Commission, Congress, state governments, and at every level of national party committees.
Attorneys in the firm have done work in Arizona for years, but Ms. Holtzman Vogel said the brick-and-mortar location provides a physical platform for further growth and demonstrates the firm’s commitment to the Phoenix market. The new office will be led by resident Partner Christine Fort and Dallin B. Holt, Of Counsel.
“After over 20 years representing high-profile clients in all aspects of political and regulatory law,” Holtzman Vogel said, “we are grateful to now open our fourth office to help support our growing roster of clients in the West.”