News & Press Releases
ML Strategies Adds Highly Regarded Director of Government Relations in Boston
September 10, 2019
ML Strategies, LLC, the consulting affiliate of the law firm Mintz, today announced that Kaitlyn Sprague has joined the Boston office as Director of Government Relations.
Mintz Adds Ex-Prosecutors in Boston, New York
September 18, 2018 | American Lawyer
This feature article notes that Mintz is adding to our strong national litigation practice, which includes a stable of former prosecutors, with the arrival of former Southern District of New York prosecutor Jason P.W. Halperin and former Boston Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley. Both Jason and Dan are quoted throughout the article discussing their moves to Mintz.
Long-Time Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel Conley Joins Mintz & ML Strategies
September 12, 2018
Daniel F. Conley, the long-time District Attorney for Massachusetts’ Suffolk County, is joining Mintz and its consulting subsidiary ML Strategies, expanding the firms’ deep bench of senior professionals with distinguished careers in public service.
Bold Types: There’s a new number two lobbying firm in town
September 10, 2018 | The Boston Globe
This Boston Globe article takes a closer look at the Boston lobbying community. The pieces discusses some industry hires and moves but the author notes that “it’s no surprise that powerhouse ML Strategies remains at the top.”
ML Strategies Hires Former New Hampshire Congressman Frank Guinta as Senior Vice President in Washington, D.C.
March 12, 2018
ML Strategies has added Frank C. Guinta as Senior Vice President. Mr. Guinta has a long history of government service and has held a number of positions on both the local, state, and national level. He will be based out of the Washington, D.C. office.
Governor Baker Taps ML Strategies’ Stephen Silveira for Post on Commission on the Future of Transportation
January 24, 2018
ML Strategies is pleased to announce Stephen J. Silveira, Senior Vice President, has been appointed to serve on the Commission on the Future of Transportation in the Commonwealth. Governor Charlie Baker made the announcement on January 23, 2018.