In Tough Economy, Brownstein's Lobbying Practice Posts 13 Percent Earnings Increase For Third Quarter

In Tough Economy, Brownstein's Lobbying Practice Posts 13 Percent Earnings Increase For Third Quarter

In spite of the current economic downturn, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck has reported for the third quarter of 2008 an increase in the firm’s earnings of more than 13 percent.

From July 1 to September 30, Brownstein earned $4,025,000 for federal lobbying efforts. These numbers were filed yesterday as part of the quarterly filing requirements under the federal Lobbying Disclosure Act.

“The diversity of Brownstein’s client portfolio is what sets the firm apart and is helping Brownstein steadily increase revenue,” said Al Mottur, managing partner of Brownstein’s Washington, D.C., office. “Our success in the D.C. office is a product of cultivating relationships with policy makers and aggressively expanding into new lines of business by attracting experienced attorneys and policy consultants with significant, substantive expertise in key business sectors.”

For comparison, mid-year 2008 revenue ($6,910,000) was up by 10 percent compared to Brownstein federal lobbying revenue at mid-year 2007 ($6,280,000). From the first quarter to the second of 2008, lobbying revenue increased by 5 percent. Additional numbers of note: 

  • 2008 First Quarter lobbying revenue: $3,365,000 
  • 2008 Second Quarter lobbying revenue: $3,545,000 
  • 2008 Mid-Year lobbying revenue: $6,910,000 
  • 2007 Mid-Year lobbying revenue: $6,280,000 
  • 2007 Total lobbying revenue: $13,650,000

Please call to arrange an interview with Al Mottur, who is available to comment on these numbers.