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.