- B.A.University of Maryland1991
Patrick Holten* monitors and reports to clients on tax legislation, regulations and other federal policy and political matters, including energy development and production, foreign investment, banking and sanctions and many other areas.
He also helps craft and execute lobbying strategies and tactics for clients on various tax, pension and other issues.
Prior to joining Miller & Chevalier, Mr. Holten worked at White & Case LLP in the firm’s Tax Group as a professional advisor and government affairs specialist. He has also worked as a senior account executive at Powell Tate Public Relations and the litigation communication firm of Bork & Associates. Before that, he was a director at the National Association of Manufacturers, writing member communication pieces on a range of business issues. He also has experience as a congressional staff member on Capitol Hill and on several political campaigns.
*Not a lawyer.
- Congressional Staff Member, Rep. Helen Delich Bentley, 1991 - 1994
- Citizens' Review Board for Children (CBRC Maryland)
Not a Lawyer
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Washington, DC, May 12, 2017 – Miller & Chevalier is pleased to announce that the firm was named the 2017 Pro Bono Firm of the Year by the DC Bar.
Washington, DC, September 16, 2016 -- Miller & Chevalier Chartered is pleased to announce that the firm was recognized last night by International Tax Review (ITR
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