Bloomberg Government recently gave Thompson Coburn Lobbying & Policy an Honorable Mention in its list of top-performing lobbying firms for 2015.
Out of 1,760 registered lobbying firms, 42 organizations were singled out for recognition based on exceptional performance in all six critical business metrics.
Thompson Coburn Lobbying & Policy received an honorable mention, given to those 43 firms that missed just one of the metrics by a small margin. Criteria included revenue, growth in year-over-year percentage change in average revenue per client, short- and long-term retention, and revenue per registered lobbyist. TC missed only the criteria for revenue per registered lobbyist threshold by a mere $25,000 or less.
“My Lobbying & Policy Group colleagues and I are very pleased our practice has been recognized by Bloomberg. We are grateful for our terrific clients and for the support of our law firm,” said Ken Salomon, chair of the Lobbying & Policy group.
Bloomberg Government examined the 1,760 firms that filed Lobbying Disclosure Act reports with the U.S. Congress during 2015.
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