Martin Lobel, who also serves as the Chairman of Tax Analysts, specializes in crisis management and represents many investigative reporters in addition to being an expert on the constitutionality of state taxes . He was named as one of Washington’s top lawyers by the Washingtonian Magazine and as one of Washington’s Super Lawyers. He has been AV rated by Martindale Hubbel for over 35 years and is also top rated at AVVO. He was admitted to the bar in 1965 in Massachusetts and in 1968 to the District of Columbia and U.S. Supreme Court Bars
Henry M. Banta
Henry M. Banta was born in1937 and admitted to the District of Columbia Bar in 1966. His prior service as Advisor to the Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission and Counsel to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee and Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly gives him a unique insight on antitrust and industrial organization issues, with a special focus on the energy industry.
Arthur L. FOx II
Experienced litigator who has represented unions, union reform caucuses and members, public interest organizations, and a federal agency, in the federal courts, before administrative agencies and arbitrators, and in collective bargaining negotiations. Associated with the DCbased Public Citizen Litigation Group for 18 years and founder of the nonprofit, member advocacy organization to reform the Teamsters Union.
Sheldon L. Schreiberg
Sheldon L. Schreiberg is a nationally recognized expert on affordable housing and works primarily in the lending, tax, housing, real estate and policy development areas. His clients include multifamily and commercial developers, investors, lenders, not-for-profit organizations and public housing authorities throughout the United States and its territories.