Welcome to Boyden Gray & Associates

Boyden Gray & Associates is a boutique litigation and public policy firm, continuing C. Boyden Gray’s decades of service as counselor to presidents, business leaders, legislators, and regulators on matters of constitutional law, regulatory policy, and international affairs.

Trusted advocates and counselors from constitutional law and regulatory policy to international affairs.

“Creating huge, new unaccountable bureaucracies to issue massive regulations to correct the mistakes of other huge, unaccountable bureaucracies is not what the Framers had in mind when they imposed the separation of powers to limit government and guarantee free-market liberty for individuals.”

C. Boyden Gray

Our Recent Publications

BERRY: OSHA, Title VII, and Limits on Vaccine Mandates

| Jonathan Berry, News, Podcasts | No Comments
Boyden Gray & Associates (BG&A) partner Jonathan Berry was recently interviewed on the National Catholic Bioethics Center's (NCBC) podcast, Bioethics on Air, to discuss the Biden Administration's vaccine mandates. In a two-part interview, Berry explained to NCBC ethicist Jozef Zalot the government's authority to impose vaccine mandates generally, BG&A's specific challenge to the OSHA ETS vaccine mandate, and the Title…

Boyden Gray & Associates Files Supreme Court Amicus Brief in West Virginia v. EPA, No. 20-1530

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Today, America First Policy Institute’s (AFPI) Constitutional Litigation Partnership and the law firm of Boyden Gray & Associates filed a brief as amicus curiae in the U.S. Supreme Court in support of petitioners in West Virginia v. EPA, No. 20-1530, challenging the D.C. Circuit’s decision upholding the core principles of President Obama’s illegal and destructive Clean Power Plan regulation promulgated…

BERRY: New ERISA Proposal Pushes ESG Over Workers’ Retirement Security, Dec. 13, 2021.

| Jonathan Berry, Letters, News, Regulatory Filings | No Comments
Boyden Gray & Associates partner Jonathan Berry, formerly head of rulemaking at the United States Department of Labor, filed a letter commenting on the DOL’s proposed Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) regulation on December 13, 2021. In the letter, Berry decries the rule’s privileging of so-called “Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG)” factors as unlawful and undermining the retirement security of…