Top K Street Firms See Record or Near-Record Lobbying Revenue in Q1 2022
Public Policy & Regulation attorney Rich Gold was interviewed by The Washington Post for an article about top K Street firms seeing a near-record revenue in the first quarter of 2022. Lobbyists attribute the boom in business to a steady increase in demand for help dealing with sanctions on Russia and lobbying on the implementation of the infrastructure law and the China competition bill.
Holland & Knight found itself among those experiencing a revenue spike. The firm’s lobbying group brought in $10.1 million in the first quarter, ranking third in earnings.
"It's hard to think of who doesn't need help in Washington right now," he said. "It's everybody from local governments to clean energy companies to folks who import and export."