Henry Howell has notable professional experience on agriculture, budget & appropriations, civil rights & civil liberties, government issues, and oil & gas industry issues. Henry previously worked at Mr. Henry Howell with no active client. Henry has represented 2 total clients.

Practice Areas

Areas of Experience

Gladys and Walter Counts - Retired couple (82 and 72) own and manage a farm homestead
Duration : 0.2 years (2011 - 2011) inactive
Revenue : $0.00 (monthly) - $0.00 (total)
- Waste in school consolidation funding in Dickenson County
Gladys and Walter Counts - Retired couple (82 and 72) own and manage a farm homestead
Duration : 0.2 years (2011 - 2011) inactive
Revenue : $0.00 (monthly) - $0.00 (total)
- Mr. & Mrs. Counts seek the reduction or elimination of federal funding through the Army Corp of Engineers and Rural Development Agency for a major school consolidation project planned in Dickenson County
Gladys and Walter Counts - Retired couple (82 and 72) own and manage a farm homestead
Duration : 0.2 years (2011 - 2011) inactive
Revenue : $0.00 (monthly) - $0.00 (total)
- Mr. & Mrs. Counts seek the reduction or elimination of federal funding through the Army Corp of Engineers and Rural Development Agency for a major school consolidation project planned in Dickenson County
Gladys and Walter Counts - Retired couple (82 and 72) own and manage a farm homestead
Duration : 0.2 years (2011 - 2011) inactive
Revenue : $0.00 (monthly) - $0.00 (total)
- Mr. & Mrs. Counts seek the reduction or elimination of federal funding through the Army Corp of Engineers and Rural Development Agency for a major school consolidation project planned in Dickenson County
Bette J. Grahame - land owner
Duration : (Registration) inactive
Revenue : $0.00 (monthly) - $0.00 (total)
- Increase land owner rights under the Natural Gas Act
Gladys and Walter Counts - Retired couple (82 and 72) own and manage a farm homestead
Duration : 0.2 years (2011 - 2011) inactive
Revenue : $0.00 (monthly) - $0.00 (total)
- Mr. & Mrs. Counts seek the reduction or elimination of federal funding through the Army Corp of Engineers and Rural Development Agency for a major school consolidation project planned in Dickenson County

Top Expertise

  • AGRICULTURE
  • BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS
  • CIVIL RIGHTS & CIVIL LIBERTIES
  • GOVERNMENT ISSUES
  • OIL & GAS INDUSTRY

Clients

Current

Past

  • Bette J. Grahame
  • Gladys and Walter Counts