RRH&A’s background is a unique balance of a variety of complementary experiences, giving our law firm a distinct advantage over other, more traditional firms. What distinguishes us from other firms? RRH&A’s practice of integrating four areas of practice: (1) Complex Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation & Negotiations (law); (2) Corporate Public Affairs & Government Relations (politics); (3) Corporate & Business Counseling and Advising; and, (4) Strategic Communications and Media Relations (media). As an experienced practitioner and managing partner of RRH&A, Mr. Hopper, recognizes and emphasizes the importance of integration between and among these four areas of practice.
Additionally, Randy Hopper offers a high level of professional expertise and knowledge gained over three decades of professional practice, over two decades as an attorney. This seasoned experience, together with the ability to provide unvarnished advice and counsel, creates the right formula to ensure an appropriate and successful result for our clients. Working from this perspective and level of expertise, RRH&A has an uncommon advantage over other firms in the representation of our clients.
This philosophy and practice is based on a view that most legal problems and dilemmas facing individual and corporate clients alike, often require strategies which are concomitantly effective in both the courtroom and the court of public opinion; and, when necessary, in the political and public policy arenas. Strategic communication requires thoughtful, persuasive communication to advocate a client’s interest, or to creatively tell and shape their stories whether in litigating or negotiating a dispute, or dealing with the government or media.
Finally, RRH&A’s experience with high profile cases, and cases with both local and national media attention, gives our firm a unique perspective and distinct role, which enables us to determine the best possible strategy to deliver the results our clients need. Whether in Washington, D.C. while advocating and lobbying for a client; in dealing with the media when the client’s issues are under scrutiny; or, in litigation. Furthermore, when litigation has ended or possibly been avoided; or when negotiation is required (often through mediation), strategic communication is imperative to ensure a desired outcome or resolution. Integrating these skills in all four areas of practice defines the uniqueness of our practice and evinces the breadth and depth of RRH&A as a firm.