BrownWinick’s team of attorneys have worked with a diverse portfolio of fortune 500 clients as well as local businesses in industries including agriculture, conservation, education, financial, gaming, health, insurance, and technology.

We represent business and individual interests before the Iowa Legislature, the Governor’s Office and numerous state agencies, as well as at the federal and local municipal levels. Our lobbying team of attorneys have considerable experience in all three branches of state government – and bring an enhanced, 360-degree perspective to decision-making.

Government & Regulatory Attorneys

Michael R. Blaser
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Rebecca A. Brommel
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William C. Brown
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Catherine C. Cownie
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Adam J. Freed
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Douglas E. Gross
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Alice Eastman Helle
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Michael E. Jenkins
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Alex M. Johnson
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Thomas D. Johnson
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Ann Holden Kendell
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Caitlin M. Klingenberg
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Cynthia Boyle Lande
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Jennifer E. Lindberg
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David J. Lynch
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Matthew H. McKinney
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Megan Moritz
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Loree A. Nelson
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Christopher L. Nuss
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Tess L. Pocock
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James L. Pray
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Brian P. Rickert
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Mark E. Roth
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Ryan C. Shellady
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Danielle D. Smid
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Julie A. Smith
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Sheila K. Tipton
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Haley R. Van Loon
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James W. White
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Sarah E. Wilson
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RG Schwarm
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Jonathan B. Soike
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Blog Posts

2020 Legislative Session - Week 6

February 21, 2020 Lawmakers focused heavily on committee work this week, as they raced to beat Friday’s first funnel deadline.  Most legislation that hasn't passed full committee in Read…

2020 Legislative Session – Week 5

February 17, 2020 Governor Kim Reynolds signed a bill last Thursday authorizing $21 million for ongoing flood relief in western Iowa.  The Senate bill, SF 2144 initially called Read…

2020 Legislative Session - Week 4

February 17, 2020 Flood relief funding was a major focus for the Senate last week, with the full chamber passing a $20 million appropriation to fund those efforts.  Read…

2020 Legislative Session - Week 3

January 31, 2020 House and Senate Republicans introduced their school funding proposals for the coming year.  The House bill, HSB 587 would allocate $100 million for K-12 education—a 2.5% increase Read…

2020 Legislative Session - Week 2

January 24, 2020 With subcommittee and committee work underway, moves to regulate vaping products are gaining steam on both sides of the aisle.  In response to a new Read…