Elite Lobbying Firms Posted Big Gains in 2009
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck ranks fifth on K Street's list of the top 25 lobbying firms of 2009. The lobby shops are measured by total fees reported to the Senate and House under the Lobbying Disclosure Act. Brownstein's revenue increased by nearly $9 million from 2008, bringing in $23.5 million in 2009. The firm jumped up to number five from their number 14 ranking in 2008.
"Brownstein Hyatt’s Al Mottur said his firm was well-positioned to take advantage of the incoming wave of Democrats in Congress and at the executive branch."
Mr. Mottur also commented on Brownstein's bipartisan model and the predicted Republican gains during the 2010 midterm election.
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