March 12, 2018

For the tenth year in a row, Gibbons P.C. has been ranked the #1 lawyer-lobbying firm in New Jersey, according to the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (NJELEC), which has just released its report on 2017 lobbying expenditures in the state. Gibbons has also ranked sixth in the state among all lobbying firms. David J. Pascrell and Kevin G. Walsh serve as Co-Chairs of the Gibbons Government & Regulatory Affairs Department.

“Our lawyer-lobbyists are focused on helping clients achieve their business goals, maintaining excellent working relationships in both the executive and legislative branches, in both parties, and in both Trenton and Washington,” said Patrick C. Dunican Jr., Chairman and Managing Director of Gibbons. “It is no small feat to be recognized as the state’s top lawyer-lobbying firm for ten consecutive years, and we congratulate our Government & Regulatory Affairs Department attorneys for earning this distinction.”

Building on its longstanding NJELEC ranking, the Gibbons Government Affairs Department has won additional recognition in recent years. For example, in the inaugural NJBIZ Reader Rankings, Gibbons was selected the best lobbying firm, as well as the best law firm, in New Jersey.

To view the full news release issued by the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission, please see here.

About the Gibbons Government & Regulatory Affairs Department
The Gibbons Government & Regulatory Affairs Department has been ranked the state’s #1 lawyer-lobbying firm since 2009. The firm’s lawyer-lobbyists provide state and federal legislative, regulatory, corporate communications/public affairs, and business incentive/procurement counseling to clients in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. The team authors the Gibbons Government & Regulatory Affairs Alert, an online platform designed to provide practical perspectives, discussion, and analysis of the latest legislative news and trends. For more information, visit https://www.gibbonslaw.com/government-and-regulatory-affairs/.

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A description of the selection process methodology for the awards referenced is available at 
gibbonslaw.com/awards/.