Trade, Taxes And Uncertainty Drove Q3 Lobbying Revenue
Partner Rich Gold spoke with Law360 on Holland & Knight's Quarter Three Lobbying Revenue as the firm was ranked fourth of "Top BigLaw Firms for Q3 Lobbying Revenue" in 2018. BigLaw revenues have actually increased during an election year as the new tax law and tariffs have caused clients to seek guidance amid the uncertainty around the midterm elections on Nov. 6. Mr. Gold discussed how the first three quarters have seen major increases in federal regulatory work and lobbying on topics such as environmental regulatory changes to the implementation of the new tax law.
Mr. Gold added that midterm elections "will help determine the path forward for the fourth quarter and the first half of next year with a greater focus on investigations and infrastructure if the Democrats take the majority in the House and/or Senate."
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