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Richard Barnard Herzog, American Lawyer. Bar: District of Columbia 1965. Recipient various government awards. Member American Bar Association (administrative law and regulatory practice, antitrust law, natural resources, energy and environmental law public utilities, committee and transportation law sections), District of Columbia Bar Association, Federal Energy Bar Association, Association forTransp. Law, Logistics and Policy, Phi Beta Kappa.


Herzog, Richard Barnard was born on September 6, 1939 in New York City. Son of Sol Alexander and Grace (Feder) Herzog.


Williams College (Bachelor of Arts, 1960). Harvard University (Bachelor of Laws, 1963).


Worked at Harkins Cunningham (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) specializing in Complex Litigation, Economic Regulation, Legislative Policy, Antitrust, Biotechnology, Corporate Governance Matters, Corporate and Securities Transactions, Energy, Government Contracts, Taxation, and Transportation. Admitted to the bar, 1965, District of Columbia (Not admitted Pennsylvania). Phi Beta Kappa. Deputy Assistant Director for General Litigation, 1972-1973 and Assistant Director for National Advertising, 1973-1977, Bureau of Consumer Protection, Federal Trade Commission.

Assistant Administrator for Enforcement, 1977-1978 and Deputy Administrator for Policy, 1978-1979, Economic Regulatory Administration, Department of Energy. Member: District of Columbia Bar. (Resident, Washington, D.C. Office).

Harkins Cunningham was founded by lawyers with many years of experience working together on complex litigation and economic regulatory matters. The firm represents business entities, public bodies and industry coalitions in: resolving controversies through court or agency litigation or through appropriate alternative dispute resolution means. Devising and implementing regulatory, legislative or other initiatives to redefine or resolve controversies and to create benefits and opportunities.

Advising on corporate strategy and governance issues. Shaping and handling financing, intellectual property and other types of transactions. And counseling on taxation matters.


Member American Bar Association (administrative law and regulatory practice, antitrust law, environmental energy and resources law, public utilities, communications and transportation law sections), District of Columbia Bar, Energy Bar Association, Association Transportation Law Professionals, District of Columbia Appleseed Center Law and Justice (board member since 2001, chair 2004-2007), Trustees of Robert L. Gaudino Memorial Fund. Williams College (chair 1982-1996), Phi Beta Kappa, Cosmos Club.


Married Barbara Kinsley Rieman, April 12, 1970. Children: Kari, Jeffrey.