Senior Associate
Miranda Lutz

Miranda Lutz is a Senior Associate in Global Counsel's Washington, DC office. Miranda has experience covering a wide range of policy issues including technology, trade, energy, environment, immigration, financial services, defense, and international affairs.  

Prior to joining Global Counsel Miranda worked at Deloitte, counselling the firm's senior executives on US and foreign policy issues. She oversaw Deloitte's Regulatory Affairs programme and served on the open source anysis team delivering predictive intelligence to help the firm mitigate risk and leverage new opportunities. Miranda also spent over three years working in the US House of Representatives advising Members of Congress who served on the Ways & Means and Foreign Affairs committees. 

Latest Insights by Miranda Lutz

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US policy update: prospects for further US stimulus and the race for the Senate

General Policy

This US election cycle, GC team members in the Washington, DC and London offices are holding a series of conversations on the elections and wider US policy issues, and how each might impact investors and companies on both sides of the Atlantic. Below is a brief extract from the sixth conversation in the series, which explored the prospect of further US stimulus and the…

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The GOP tries to flip the script on climate change


Heading into the 2020 elections, the Democrats have a clear lead over the Republicans in voter confidence in their handling of energy and environmental policy. Joe Biden leads Donald Trump on both policy themes by substantial margins (see charts). 

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What matters for post-covid supply chain policy in DC?

Trade & Manufacturing

Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, headlines of breakdowns in US supply chains and the inability of the US to meet the demand for essential goods like personal protective equipment (PPE) have taken over the news cycle. Through these challenges, the pandemic has brought to the forefront US reliance on Chinese manufacturing. But how will this policy issue manifest…

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Five US reasons why a US-UK trade agreement may be difficult this year

Trade & Manufacturing

On May 5th, the US and UK initiated discussions on a trade agreement between the two countries following the UK’s formal exit from the European Union. These negotiations are likely to take on a vastly different tone after being upended by covid-19, as the initial two-week session will be held over a series of video calls led by the US trade representative, Robert…

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