Bloomberg Law
Oct. 22, 2021, 12:21 PM

Wake Up Call: D.C. Policy Shifts Fuel Firms’ Lobbying Revenue

Rick Mitchell
Rick Mitchell
Freelance Correspondent

In today’s column, the University of Florida’s law school got another $40 million from the estate of its namesake alumnus; federal authorities accused a New York litigation funder and others in an alleged insurance fraud scheme; Orrick is expanding the racial justice fellowships it started last year.

  • Leading off, Big Law firms’ lobbying business is booming in Washington as Congress considers policy changes in several areas, according to reports. Recent third quarter filings under the Lobbying Disclosure Act show Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck had the most revenues with $13.9 million, up from $12.5 million the same quarter last year. Akin ...

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