August 15, 2010 – Jim Torpy, of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, profiled the McKenna Long & Aldridge law firm, including a picture of some of its leaders, Stefan Passantino, Eric Tanenblatt and Keith Mason, and discusses how the firm’s political connections, which have been developed over years of experience, help MLA assist its clients in all types of issues they may have in dealing with government.
The article focuess on such current isues as toughened ethics laws, increased scrutiny of politicians and ever-changing lobbying laws and regulations.
Mr. Passantino is noted as one of the firm’s lawyers who is making his name fighting ethics complaints against politicians. He said the bipartisan nature of the firm “gives clients comfort that they are not getting advice filtered by any political ideology. Once they get past the initial shock of the lions and lambs together here, they realize there’s a benefit.”