Q&A: Fragomen's Bo Cooper on immigration reform's potential impact on firm and clients

, The Am Law Daily


With eight U.S. senators unveiling one approach to overhauling U.S. immigration laws Monday and President Obama outlining his own vision for reform in a Tuesday afternoon speech, momentum for addressing what has been a knotty political issue appears to be building. Against that backdrop, The Am Law Daily checked in with Bo Cooper, head of immigration-centric Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen and Loewy's government strategies and compliance group, about the possible impact reform would have on the firm and the companies it advises.

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