On September 18, 1793, President George Washington laid the cornerstone for the United States Capitol. While the silver trowel and marble gavel used for the ceremony are still displayed, repeated efforts to locate the cornerstone itself have been unsuccessful.
At times, policymaking seems as shrouded in mystery as the location of the Capitol's cornerstone. That's why you need an experienced partner to help you unravel the mystery.
With our singular blend of technical expertise and legislative and regulatory experience, Capitol Tax Partners is positioned to help you navigate the policymaking process and to develop and implement a successful strategy. The firm's strength was recently recognized by U.S. News & World Report's annual metropolitan rankings of "Best Law Firms" which gave Capitol Tax Partners a first tier ranking in government relations and tax law, and by Tax Notes magazine, which named two of the firm's principals among the five top tax lobbyists in Washington.