About this office:
Keller and Heckman LLP, founded in 1962, has a broad practice in the areas of regulatory law, litigation, and business transactions, serving both domestic and international clients. Our firm is a pioneer in the use of interdisciplinary approaches to problem-solving. Since 1971, we have had an in-house scientific staff that works closely with the firm's attorneys on matters of technical complexity. Many of our attorneys also have government experience and expertise in multiple areas of the law.
Keller and Heckman represents a wide spectrum of companies and trade associations servicing a range of industries, including food and food additives, plastics, pesticides, fine and industrial chemicals, drugs and medical devices, transportation, and telecommunications. The firm's practice covers the diverse regulatory areas that affect these industries, as well as business counseling and litigation issues. Our attorneys and scientists emphasize creative service to clients involved in the development of new products, services, and markets.
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Statement of Practice Summary:
Administrative Practice before Federal Departments and Agencies of Federal, State and Foreign Governments; Representation before Congress and State Legislatures; Civil and Criminal Litigation before Federal and State Courts; Trade Associations Representation; Domestic and International Business Transactions. Food and Drug, Telecommunications, Environmental, Workplace Safety and Health, Employment and Labor, Transportation, Litigation and Other Dispute Resolution, International Regulatory Affairs, Antitrust and Trade Regulation, Product Safety, Advertising and Promotion, Business Counseling and Transactional, Intellectual Property, Biotechnology, Privacy and Internet, Chemical Control, Trade and Professional Association, Government Relations, Health and Safety Compliance Audit, Insurance Recovery, and Pesticides.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Status of TSCA Reform June 2
Thomas C. Berger,Lawrence P. Halprin,Martha E. Marrapese,Adrienne M. Timmel, July 22, 2016
Following 403-12 passage by the House of Representatives on May 24th, Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK), chair of the Environment and Public Works Committee, sought a May 26th Senate vote on H.R. 2576 under the fast-track unanimous consent procedure. Inhofe’s motion would have allowed up to three...
The Interplay of FDA Regulation and Food Law Litigation: A Case In Point
Douglas J. Behr,Arthur S. Garrett,Eric P. Gotting,Robert S. Niemann,Manesh K. Rath, July 14, 2016
Successfully defending against allegations of misleading labeling or advertising claims by consumer attorneys often can require in-depth knowledge of both unpublished "food law" case decisions, as well as the evolving regulatory developments within the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)....
House Passes TSCA Reform H.R. 2576 - Senate Vote Slated for Later this Week
Thomas C. Berger,Gregory A. Clark,Eric P. Gotting,Martha E. Marrapese,Adrienne M. Timmel, July 7, 2016
On May 24, 2016, the U.S. House of Representatives debated and voted to pass the pending TSCA reform bill, The “Frank R. Lautenberg - Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act,” H.R. 2576. The final vote was 403-12. Three Republicans - Buck (CO-4), Duncan (TN-2), and McClintock (CA-4) -...
Year Established: 1962