Patton Boggs attorneys work with officials at all levels of the federal bureaucracy to develop innovative regulatory approaches, to persuade agencies to amend or re-interpret regulations, or to convince courts to interpret laws in the way we believe Congress intended—frequently on matters for which we helped secure the underlying legislation. Our lawyers, representing a diversity of practice groups and client interests, regularly appear before federal courts and government agencies thousands of times each year, representing the interests of domestic and international corporations, trade associations, nonprofit organizations, and individuals, among others.