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U.S. House and Senate Committees on Transportation and Infrastructure, and Environment and Public Works


Did the Wall Street Journal (WSJ)

use bad research to go after AT&T and Verizon

in the article "America is Wrapped in Miles of Toxic Lead Cables,"? We found too many flaws in the WSJ study. It is standard practice to share research data, but the WSJ has refused to share their research data with us for review. Why?

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Soli Deo gloria. omnia ad Dei gloriam

Von Batten-Montague-York, L.C. is an award winning policy advisory and advocacy group focused on helping public and private organizations and law firms solve complex issues relating to U.S. government policy and business decisions. From foreign policy to domestic policy, from trade negotiations to U.S. Constitutional rights violations, our years of experience working with members of the United States Congress and the Executive Branch of the United States Government allows us to provide frank and straightforward advice and solutions to our clients. 


We specialize in bringing together former high-ranking Republican government  officials and Subject Matter Experts to solve our client’s policy and business decision problems. This specialization allows us to quickly develop advocacy campaigns and assemble teams of experts based on our client’s specific needs and objectives. We stand ready to advise you, advocate on your behalf, and help you develop strategies and solutions to overcome your concerns and achieve your stated objectives.

Due to our organizational founding principle, we only accept cases that we believe are in line with the best interests of the United States and its people. Our corporate priority is aimed at representing underrepresented and powerless peoples and organizations. We work hard to protect the confidentiality of our SMEs and clients when allowed by law.

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What We Do

If you do not have a seat at the table when decisions that affect your interests are being made in Washington, D.C., you have already lost.

We represent, promote, and protect our clients' interests in Congress, the White House, and all departments of the executive branch of the United States Government. Our advocacy and lobbying campaigns are aimed at influencing those with decision-making power. We work relentlessly to ensure that our clients' voices are heard in Congress and the Executive Branch and that our clients have a seat at the table on matters that concern them. Ensuring our client's interests are advanced in Congress and the White House is our priority.

Lobbying. Issue Awareness. Consensus Building. Policy Advisory. Narrative Control. Policy Development. Regulatory Impact Analysis. Legislative Drafting. Trade Negotiation. Strategic Communication

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Helping Our Clients Understand and Navigate US Policies and Regulations and Advocating on Behalf of Our Clients Before Senior Members of the US Government


Healthcare and Human Rights

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Trade and Investments

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Domestic and Foreign Policy

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 Public Policy and Business Decisions  

Subject Matter Experts

To assist our clients in solving complex policy-related issues and business decision problems, we assemble a team comprised of subject matter experts and former senior officials of the U.S. government to provide our clients with evidence-based advisory services and business solutions.

Advocacy and Lobbying

Credibility and goodwill are the keys to successfully advocating before policy and decision-makers. Our mission is straightforward: We advise our clients on U.S. policy matters and advance our clients' interests by methodically presenting our clients' positions and concerns before senior members of the United States Government.

Regulatory Impact Analysis

On behalf of our clients, we conduct primary and secondary research to ascertain the effects or possible outcomes of government policies, regulatory actions, internal business decisions, and process changes on a given situation or stated objective.

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Contact Us

Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Suite 701, Washington, DC 20004. COVID-19 Note: This is shared space. All members are working remotely.

Telephone: 202-354-8287 (9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. EST)

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