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Andrew J. Buczek

Andrew J. Buczek

Government Policy Advisor

Dykema
D.C., U.S.A.

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Andrew Buczek is a government policy advisor in Dykema's Government Policy Practice Group. He has over 10 years of federal public policy and political experience assisting clients in developing effective legislative, regulatory and political strategies. His practice focuses on building successful partnerships between the federal government and nonprofit organizations, higher education institutions, local governments and private industry, with an emphasis in the areas of housing, taxation, manufacturing, transportation, science and technology, as well as a wide array of local government and economic development projects. 

Prior to joining Dykema, Mr. Buczek developed a strong understanding of the workings of Congress as a senior legislative assistant for Congressman Jim Barcia, who represented the 5th District of Michigan. In that role, he advanced the Congressman's agenda in the areas of education, energy, financial services, health care and manufacturing. Additionally, he was Congressman Barcia's designee to the House Science Committee, where he served as the Congressman's principal advisor on science and technology policy. 

In addition to his policy work, Mr. Buczek has extensive experience in the political arena, working on behalf of numerous campaigns and national conventions. This includes work at national party conventions dating back to 1996, with responsibilities ranging from organizing and scheduling over 1,000 volunteers in the transportation division to assisting dignitaries attending the convention. He also serves as a member of Dykema's Political Action Committee Board.

Education

Loyola University, B.S., summa cum laude
  • Phi Beta Kappa
Areas of Practice
Articles

Impact of the 2018 Midterm Elections
Dykema, November 2018

What Does it All Mean? With the new Democratic House majority and Republicans maintaining control of the Senate, Washington, D.C., now enters a period of divided government in the run up to the 2020 presidential election. Democrats and Republicans, including President Trump, will have to compromise on a budget and impending debt limit and sequestration, as well as spending levels for the coming fiscal years in order to avoid a government shutdown...

Latest Developments on Trade Policy: Tariffs on Chinese Imports & Considerations When Applying for an Exclusion
Dykema, August 2018

With the ever-changing developments regarding trade policy, we wanted to take this opportunity to provide some clarity regarding the Administration's actions under Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974, regarding products imported from China. Tariffs on Chinese Imports Section 301 of the Trade Act allows the President to take action against a foreign government that violates an international trade agreement or restricts U.S. commerce - in this case, China...

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