Lobbying World

•Gregory Mastel has moved to Kelley Drye & Warren to be the director of government relations. Mastel most recently worked for Dutko Grayling as managing director. Before that, he worked on Capitol Hill for the Senate Finance Committee as chief international trade adviser and economist and served in a variety of roles for Sen. Max BaucusMax BaucusChina moves to lift ban on US beef Overnight Healthcare: Zika fight stalls government funding talks | Census finds big drop in uninsured | Mental health bill faces wait Glover Park Group now lobbying for Lyft MORE (D-Mont.), including chief of staff.


• Bobby Turnage has joined Venable as a partner. Turnage previously worked for Network Solutions as general counsel. He also worked for the U.S. Army Reserve’s Judge Advocate General Corps as a defense lawyer and prosecutor. He finished his time in the corps with the rank of major.


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• Barclay Resler has joined Ervin Hill Strategy as vice president of public affairs. Resler left the Coca-Cola Co., where he started the company’s federal government relations office in Washington and held several significant positions with the company over 31 years. Before that, he worked for a variety of trade associations, including the Aluminum Association.


• Cassidy & Associates has formed a “strategic alliance” with AgriThority. AgriThority “is a science-based, independent authority on food and agriculture.” The group analyzes “feasibility of food and agriculture production systems, land utilization and evaluating needs.”


• Brian Reil is the new-media liaison for the Peterson Institute for International Economics. Reil previously worked for Johns Hopkins University as marketing coordinator. He also has experience working at the marketing communications co-op at Sensis Corp.


• Adam Lurie has re-joined Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft as a business fraud and complex litigation department partner. Lurie leaves the Justice Department, where he served the assistant attorney general, criminal division, as senior counsel. Before that, he worked in Newark, N.J., as an assistant United States attorney.