Molly Millerwise Meiners joins as Partner in the Washington, D.C. office.
Spotlight on: Regulatory and Public Affairs
Government regulations and scrutiny can directly impact a company’s bottom line.
Doug Sosnik, Regulatory and Public Affairs
Based in Brunswick's Washington, D.C. Office, Doug is a policy and political expert who has closely advised President Bill Clinton and multiple U.S. Senators, governors, Fortune 100 corporations, foundations and universities for 35 years.
Brunswick Review Issue X: The COVID-19 Edition
Read the most recent articles from Brunswick Review.
Brunswick Group, Tokyo
Formally opened in 2020, the global team comprises around 15 multi-lingual, Japan specialists with diverse backgrounds who provide seamless, around-the-clock advice and support for clients in intense situations.
From pandemic-induced exile, Brunswick’s Patricia Graue loves down-and-out New York.
By Patricia Graue
27 July 2020
What does “work from home” mean when work is New York, but home is India? Vedika Kumar, from Brunswick’s New York office, shares her pandemic perspective.
By Vedika Kumar
22 July 2020
Tragedy isn’t positive. But terrible pain and loss can enrich our lives in ways we didn’t think possible, Brunswick Partner Austin Rathe observes.
By Austin Rathe
10 July 2020
“One day your children, nieces, nephews and grandchildren will ask you what you did during this time. What do you want your answer to be?” By Brunswick’s Adam Carlson.
By Adam Carlson
30 June 2020
“Regardless of ability, none are given equal opportunities.” Brunswick Partner Gill Ackers on the injustices those with autism face.
22 June 2020
Brunswick’s Libré Jones shares stories from her heritage, including what it was like adoring a grandmother who was also “unequivocally racist.”
By Libré Jones
10 June 2020
A retired Four-Star Admiral, accustomed to long confinements at sea, offers counsel on how to navigate the tough weeks ahead.
By Admiral Mike Rogers
29 April 2020
“The story I tell myself is not a tragedy,” Brunswick Partner Craig Mullaney says of his combat experience. “The most painful chapter in my life is also my proudest.”
By Craig Mullaney
13 May 2020