Brian Wommack

Address:
Cameron LLP
818 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Suite 500
Washington, D.C. 20006

Phone: (202) 293-3524
Mobile: (202) 495-1605

POSITION

Partner

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE

Brian Wommack is a partner in Cameron LLP and manages the firm’s Strategic Communications practice. He has devoted his career to helping clients see around corners and solve problems -- or seize opportunities -- at the intersection of communications, public policy and law. He has worked closely with all three branches of the federal government, state governments, major global corporations, trade associations, charitable foundations and prominent individuals to achieve goals, promote and protect reputations and manage risk.

Whether you are launching a new business or product; managing a product recall, an executive transition, a bet-the-company lawsuit, or must-pass (or must-fail) legislation or regulations; or wrestling with some other complex and high-stakes communications challenge, Brian provides practical and actionable strategic counsel, serves as a tireless advocate and leads integrated campaigns to promote action or change opinion.

Providing services as a lawyer, lobbyist or communications strategist -- and in hybrid roles drawing from each of these disciplines -- Brian is a versatile and full-service counselor. He advises clients responding to investigations, whether conducted by congressional committees, federal agencies, foreign governments, boards of directors, grand juries or crusading investigative journalists -- often helping to manage responses to parallel proceedings. He has helped clients across a variety of industries weather the dot-com collapse, the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Enron meltdown, the great recession and numerous corporate, governmental and political scandals. He has also coached clients to position themselves more effectively, communicate more clearly and find and activate like-minded allies to support shared goals.

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Brian has clerked for a federal court judge, worked for leaders in both chambers of the U.S. Congress, and practiced at two prominent international law firms, a nationally recognized lobbying group and one of the world's leading global communications consultancies. He earned his law degree with honors from the University of Illinois College of Law and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with a double major in English and political science from Duke University.

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