Truscott Rossman announced the opening of a new office in Washington, D.C. It will be the firm’s fourth office and the first located outside Michigan. The new office will help Truscott Rossman’s clients navigate Washington, while connecting Washington interests to the levers of power in Detroit, Lansing and Grand Rapids.
“Truscott Rossman is known for our political knowledge and experience in the Michigan state capital, so it makes sense to open shop in the nation’s capital,” said John Truscott, CEO and principal of the firm he co-founded. “2018 was a landmark year for our firm. This new office will help us continue that trend while helping our clients tackle challenges and opportunities at the
The move comes nine months after Ron Fournier joined Truscott Rossman as president following a 25-year career as a White House reporter and editor in Washington as well as a stint as editor and publisher of Crain’s Detroit Business. A Detroit native, Fournier helped his first client, Mary Buchzeiger, president and CEO of Lucerne International, testify before the U.S. Trade Representative, drawing national and international media coverage of her successful fight against the Trump administration tariffs impacting her company.