Gibbons once again earns top spot among law firms in lobbying revenue

Gibbons PC again generated the most lobbying revenue among law firms in the state, according to data provided by the Election Law Enforcement Commission.

The Newark-based firm brought in nearly $3.2 million in lobbying revenue, good for sixth place on the overall list. That figure was slightly higher than the company’s total last year, which was just over $3.1 million.

Princeton Public Affairs Group topped the list again, published in the September 12, 2022 issue of NJBIZ on page 17, with nearly $10.5 million in revenue. Impact of public strategies ($7.4 million); CLB Partners ($4.5 million); MBI GluckShaw ($3.9 million) and Kaufman Zita Group $3.6 million) rounded out the top five.

McCarter & English posted the second-highest total among law firms with just over $2 million in lobbying revenue. Archer was third among law firms with more than $1.5 million, followed closely by Porzio Government Affairs, a subsidiary of Porzio, Bromberg & Newman, with just under $1.4 million.

McCarter, Archer and Porzio were in 10th, 15th and 18th place overall, respectively. McCarter took a big step up from No. 24.

Riker Danzig LLP also made the list at No. 23, crossing the $1 million mark in lobbying revenue, up from $987,000 the previous year.

A total of 23 companies recorded revenue over $1 million, compared to 22 in the previous list. The numbers in this year’s list represent 2021 revenue.

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