Henry Cashen capitalizes on his government experience to address problems unique to the federal government, its agencies and departments, the Executive Office of the President, and the United States Congress.
He has represented clients before the U.S. Congress and the standing committees of the Senate and House. He has also served as Washington counsel to several trade and professional associations, as well as nonprofit organizations and international businesses.
Representation of Clients before Congress and Federal Agencies
Mr. Cashen has consistently represented clients before the Departments of Transportation (aviation and highway matters), Agriculture (food marketing, safety, and inspection matters), Treasury (U.S. Customs matters and regulation of government-sponsored enterprises), Interior (Indian gambling and National Park Service matters), Housing and Urban Development (subsidized housing programs and regulation of government-sponsored enterprises), Health and Human Services (healthcare reform and healthcare financing), and the Department of Justice (all civil divisions).
He has formed and participated in major coalitions on a variety of issues, including all federal gambling laws and regulations, food and drug labeling, regulations of government-sponsored agencies, rural healthcare reform, low-cost housing, and the corporate tax consequences that would result from proposed revisions to tax laws.
Representation of Associations
Mr. Cashen has provided counsel to associations including the American Greyhound Track Operators Association, the National Association of Chain Drug Stores, the Investment Company Institute, the International Coach Federation Inc., the International SPA Association, and the Cigar Association of America. In this capacity, he has counseled clients on all issues pertaining to non-profit associations. The Franciscan Monastery of Washington, D.C.; The Commissariat of the Holy Land USA and The Custody of the Holy Land USA.