Hogan & Hartson
Stephan Lawton recently joined the Washington, D.C.-based law firm. Lawton's move to Hogan & Hartson has him working once more with Paul Rogers and Rodney Munsey, with whom he worked on the 1976 Medical Device Amendments. Lawton was the top health aide to Rogers, then-chairman of the House Health Subcommittee. Munsey represented the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association in drafting sessions. Hogan & Hartson's health care division consists of 19 attorneys.
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