About

DCBA Law & Policy is a nationally recognized law firm located in Washington, DC.

Our legal practice is focused primarily on corporate, drug and device, and health law. Our legislative and regulatory portfolio includes macro- and micro-level issues in the areas of health, justice, education, and economics.

We serve domestic and international clients representing the commercial, not-for-profit, and professional sectors.

Founded in 2004, DCBA has expanded thoughtfully, developing a well-rounded team of ambitious and accomplished professionals.

Our firm’s name denotes the centers of its corporate transactional practice in its early years: Washington, DC and Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Our attorneys are committed to delivering personalized, pragmatic counsel on matters ranging from day-to-day business decisions to complex strategic plans and transactions. We work hand-in-hand with our clients to develop legal, legislative, and regulatory strategies to achieve our clients’ objectives.

DCBA’s services are designed to deliver high-value results. We formulate multi-disciplinary strategies for our clients, drawing from our knowledge and experience in law, business, the news media, and politics. We serve our clients as both advisors and advocates.

Our attorneys are driven by a will to excel. Our bios summarize our personal histories and credentials.

DCBA’s professionals bring a dynamic, collaborative approach to serving clients. We do the work necessary to understand and account for each client’s unique circumstances and goals. We gauge the incentives of interested parties and
seek to shift risks away from our clients while minimizing costs to the greatest extent possible.

Our domestic and international clients represent the following industries and professions:

  • Addiction treatment providers
    • Office-based opioid treatment
    • Outpatient
    • Residential
  • Biopharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies
  • Clinical laboratories
    • Independent laboratories
    • Physician-owned laboratories
  • Controlled medication prescribers
  • Eating disorder clinics
  • Educational service providers
  • Federal government contractors
  • Health care management companies
  • Health care marketing companies
  • Health care professionals
  • Information technology and multimedia service providers
  • Medical expert witnesses
  • Medical researchers
  • Not-for-profit organizations
    • Criminal justice reform
    • Driving safety
    • Economic opportunity
    • Education
    • Health care reform
    • Opioid and other drug abuse prevention, intervention, and treatment
    • Patient advocacy
    • Patient assistance
    • Women’s health
  • Pain clinics
  • Professional associations
  • Recovery residences (sober homes)
  • Restaurants and bars
  • Small- and medium-sized business owners
  • Therapeutic schools and programs
  • Wellness service providers