Increase in financial services, energy and natural resources, and healthcare supports growth
In 2009, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck expanded its federal lobbying practice by 57 percent with a total year-end lobbying revenue of $23,545,000.
For comparison, year-end 2009 federal lobbying revenue ($23,545,000) was up 57 percent over year-end 2008 ($14,955,000). Additional numbers of note:
• 2009 Mid-Year lobbying revenue: $9,180,000
• 2009 Fourth quarter lobbying revenue: $8,130,000 for 120 clients
• 2009 Total lobbying revenue: $23,545,000
• 2008 Total lobbying revenue: $14,955,000
The numbers for the fourth quarter of 2009 are to be filed on January 20 as part of the quarterly filing requirements under the federal Lobbying Disclosure Act.
Please call to arrange an interview with Al Mottur, who is available to comment on these numbers and provide insight into Brownstein’s expectations for the year ahead.