Archer Public Affairs LLC has opened a new office in Washington D.C., bolstering its presence in the Mid-Atlantic region, it said on Thursday.
The new space will extend its reach to clients on the federal level, it said.
John J. Taylor, director of APA’s Harrisburg-based office, said he’s excited to establish the firm in the D.C. metro area.
“The addition of our Washington, D.C. office enhances APA’s regional presence and robust capabilities adding depth and geographic breadth to our services and evolving needs of our clients” Taylor said.
“With our ongoing work to advise and advocate regionally and nationally for regulatory and public affairs, opening this office gives us the ability to better serve our clients and it is great to work with a team of professionals that have the experiences in the statehouses or in the nation’s capital,” Richard S. Mroz, senior director – strategy & regulatory affairs at APA, said.
William J. Caruso, managing director of APA, parter at affiliate Archer & Greiner and chair of the firm’s Cannabis Law Practice, will be a key player in the new office.
“With my past experience working alongside a U.S. Representative, I am thrilled to be back on familiar turf, working at a federal level,” Caruso said. “APA’s expansion will hone our team’s individual and collective strengths to enhance our ability to deliver strategic results for our clients.
The office will be located at 300 New Jersey Ave, NW, Suite No. 900, Washington, D.C.