DOE Proposes Eliminating Bottleneck in Energy Efficiency Waiver Process

May 20, 2019

By Scott Blake Harris, John A. Hodges, Sam Walsh, and Stephanie Weiner The Department of Energy (DOE) is continuing its effort to streamline its energy efficiency program.[1]  To that end,…

Read more

HWG Partner Mike Nilsson Named a Top Lawyer to the Cable Industry

May 3, 2019

HWG Partner Michael Nilsson has been recognized as one of the top lawyers serving the cable industry by industry publication Cablefax.  Mr. Nilsson, who also been recognized for excellence in…

Read more

Compliance Planning for California IoT Security Requirements

May 3, 2019

By Adrienne Fowler, Shiva Goel, John Hodges, and Matt Miller A recently enacted California law, SB 327, requires all Internet of Things (IoT) devices sold in the state to be…

Read more

HWG’S Gena Cadieux to speak at DOECCA Spring Meeting

May 1, 2019

HWG counsel Gena Cadieux will be a featured panelist on at the Department of Energy Contractor Attorneys’ Association (DOECCA) Spring Meeting on Thursday, May 2nd.  Ms. Cadieux, a former senior…

Read more

HWG Lawyers and Practices Recognized for Excellence by Chambers USA

April 26, 2019

Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business recognized two HWG practices and eleven HWG attorneys as leaders in the legal field in the publication’s 2019 edition.  For the eleventh consecutive…

Read more

HWG Again Named One of Washingtonian’s 50 Great Places to Work

April 19, 2019

Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis (HWG) is pleased to announce that the firm has again been named to Washingtonian’s 50 Great Places to Work in the magazine’s April 2019 edition.  HWG…

Read more

California Dramatically Escalates Energy Efficiency Enforcement

April 15, 2019

By Scott Blake Harris, John A. Hodges, Sam Walsh, and Stephanie Weiner The California Energy Commission (CEC) has an aggressive program to enforce its energy efficiency requirements.  In 2015, CEC…

Read more

The New Yorker quotes HWG Counsel John Amaya on Changes in the Department of Homeland Security

April 9, 2019

The New Yorker quoted HWG counsel John Amaya in an article titled “Kirstjen Nielsen’s Inevitible Resignation from the Department of Homeland Security.”  The article, published in the magazine’s April 9th…

Read more

Sitemap

 

At HWG, we’re always looking for smart, talented people to add to our team.

SOUND LIKE YOU?

  • 1919 M Street NW, Eighth Floor
    Washington, DC 20036-3537
  • 1033 Wade Ave, Suite 100
    Raleigh, NC 27605-1155