Baco, Luis E. - Washington, DC

1737 H Street N.W.Suite 100Washington, DC 20006

Updated: 01/21/2014

Washington Regulatory Lawyer

Overview

Mr. Baco, who heads McConnell Valdes' Washington, D.C. office, has more than two decades of experience successfully representing government and private clients in Puerto Rico and our Nation's Capital.

He focuses his practice on regulatory, legislative, international, higher education, and health law, providing strategic planning and government and public affairs counseling to national and international clients.

Prior to joining McConnell Valdes...

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