Lobbyist Doug Bell leaves Buchanan Ingersoll for Metz Husband Daughton

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Metz Husband & Daughton is adding lobbyist Doug Bell to its team of Tallahassee-based government consultants.

“With many years of in-depth experience focusing on government affairs and administrative law, and specializing in a myriad of areas, including insurance and health care, we know Doug is uniquely positioned to help our clients achieve their legislative goals,” said MHD President Jim Daughton. “Doug comes to our team with many accolades and great distinction, and we are excited for him to join our ranks.”

Before joining MHD, Bell served as senior principal at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, focusing on government affairs and administrative law. Additionally, Bell boasts an AV® Preeminent distinction, the highest available for professional excellence from Martindale-Hubbell’s Peer Review Ratings; has been named a member of the Florida Legal Elite in Florida Trend Magazine; and, has listed among The Best Lawyers in America® publication.

“In every branch of government and situation, MHD’s experienced attorneys and advisors understand the importance of crafting a unique, specialized strategy to help clients achieve their needs,” Bell said in a statement. “I look forward to utilizing the relationships, skills and knowledge I have acquired through my many years of practice to excel in legislative problem-solving for MHD’s clients to help them reach their goals.”

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