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Stephen M. Anstey

Stephen is an attorney and member of Kilpatrick Townsend’s Government and Regulatory practice and Native American Affairs team. Stephen represents organizations and businesses on federal policy, legislative, and regulatory matters. His practice focuses on digital assets, sustainability, clean energy, ESG, complex litigation, COVID-19 relief, and federal agency programs. In addition, he has worked extensively on pro bono civil rights cases, including discrimination and LGBTQIA+ matters. Stephen earned his LL.M. from Harvard Law School and his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School.

John C.F. Loving

John is a registered federal lobbyist with over twenty years of political and lobbying experience. John’s experience provides him with the skills and expertise to assist his clients in addressing a wide range of areas, including: Tribal and Native American, clean energy, health care, appropriations and federal funding, trade, tax, intellectual property, entertainment, media, and new media matters.

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John C. F. Loving

Senior Government Relations Advisor

Washington D.C.


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