Liam Donovan develops effective advocacy and communications strategies for clients on tax, infrastructure, energy and other public policy issues, and helps guide these clients through the federal legislative and regulatory process.
Liam joined Bracewell from Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC), where he served as ABC’s lead on tax, energy and fiscal legislative issues for more than six years, representing the construction industry before the House, Senate, White House and federal agencies, while providing strategic guidance on the association’s political activities. He also frequently served as a spokesperson for the association, appearing on numerous television and radio programs for policy and political analysis. Prior to ABC, Liam worked for the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), ultimately serving as a regional finance director under Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-TX). In that role, he worked with Republican incumbents, challengers and campaigns across 20 states, raising millions of dollars in support of GOP Senate candidates.
Liam is a frequent commentator and writer on national politics. He has been published in National Review, POLITICO Magazine and the New York Post, and he has appeared as a political analyst on MSNBC and Fox News Channel.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Liam P. Donovan
Bracewell’s 2020 Election analysis coverage is recognized with a National Law as Go-To Thought Leadership award for the firm’s articles, videos and webinars analyzing the election results and the firm’s predictions about how these results will impact public policy. Topics addressed in Bracewell’s 2020 Election coverage include: appropriations and budget, committee leadership, consumer product safety, energy, environment, international trade, labor and employment tax, and the first 100 days of the new administration. The following Bracewell authors were the most frequent contributors of 2020 election news: Anna Burhop, Liam P. Donovan, John Lee and Scott H. Segal.