Edward Correia and Carolyn Osolinik have a wealth of experience in government and the private sector to assist clients who need sophisticated strategic advice and advocacy in dealing with federal and state legislation, administrative policy, rulemaking and enforcement, and government investigations. We offer the following services to clients in the Washington, D.C., area and around the United States: Public Policy Advocacy, Antitrust and Consumer Protection, Regulation of Campaign Finance and Political Activity, Fair Housing Act and ADA.
Edward Correia is an attorney and partner with Correia & Osolinik. His practice focuses on antitrust, advertising and marketing regulation, international business issues, and laws protecting persons with disabilities. He also represents clients before Congress and Federal Executive Branch agencies as well as State Legislatures and agencies. He is an Adjunct Professor at American University’s Washington College of Law where he has taught courses on Antitrust Law, the First Amendment, Legislation, Evidence and Religion and the Law. Edward serves as antitrust counsel for a number of trade associations and coalitions, including AdvaMed, the leading American association of manufacturers of medical devices. He also serves as outside counsel for the Strategic Marketplace Initiative, an association of health care supply chain executives, and NOMA, an association of national manufacturers of orthotic devices.
Carolyn Osolinik is a partner with Correia & Osolinik. Her practice focuses on advocacy before Congress and the Federal Executive Branch. Her practice includes a wide range of health care issues, including the Anti-kickback requirements of Medicare and Medicaid payment systems, supply chain, and pharmaceutical shortages and pricing. She also represents clients, particularly in the hospitality industry, on issues related to temporary foreign workers and other policy issues. She is an advocate for persons with disabilities and led a bipartisan team representing the United States International Council on Disabilities in its effort to obtain ratification of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Edward Correia and Carolyn Osolinik have a wealth of experience in government and the private sector to assist clients who need sophisticated strategic advice and advocacy in dealing with federal and state legislation, administrative policy, rulemaking and enforcement, and government investigations.