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“Our team of attorneys in the Washington, D.C. office welcomes the move,” said James Curry, transportation safety attorney and managing shareholder of Babst Calland’s D.C. office. “The new space will accommodate our growth while enabling us to continue to serve current and new clients,” he added.
Babst Calland opened its Washington, D.C. office in January 2016 representing clients throughout the U.S. on matters relating to pipeline safety and the transportation of hazardous materials. This year, the firm expanded its team to support clients in a broader range of transportation safety matters, including its motor vehicle safety, regulatory and compliance practice (including automated driving system issues).
The Washington, D.C.-based transportation safety practice focuses on representing clients through a multi-disciplinary team approach and is integrated with the firms’ Energy and Natural Resources, Environmental and other practices, which allows us to provide comprehensive multi-issue services to our clients. The group’s strength is its deep understanding of the federal government’s approach to safety regulation and its collective experience in the transportation and energy sectors.