Rank Firm Revenues Top Clients Top Lobbyists
1 Gibbons (1)
Newark and Trenton
$1,783,473 Virtua Health, East Orange General Hospital, Sayreville Seaport Association David Filippelli, David Pascrell, Paul St. Onge
2 Riker, Danzig, Scherer, Hyland & Perretti (2)
Morristown and Trenton
$1,532,073 Pondview Estates at Morris, Citizens for Fire Safety, Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America Mary Kathryn Roberts, John Pellecchia, James Lott
3 Optimus Partners* (9)
$1,301,600 Casino Association of New Jersey, United Healthcare Services, Sellers Dorsey Philip Norcross, Jeffrey Michaels, Kevin Davis
4 Impact NJ (3)
$1,227,865 Compassionate Care Centers of America Foundation, Walgreens, RTC Properties Inc. Michael Murphy Jr., James Orlando, Guy Gregg
5 Wolff & Samson (6)
West Orange and Trenton
$1,064,500 Honeywell Intellectual Properties, Barnabas Health, GTECH Corp. Karen Kominsky, Sean Aylward, Daniel Schwartz
6 Porzio Governmental Affairs (4)
Morristown and Trenton
$992,875 MasterCard International, Greenwood Racing, IBM Global Government Industry Lynn Nowak, Sal Anderton, Barbara DeMarco
7 Issues Management (Lowenstein Sandler) (8)
Roseland and Princeton
$684,618 Touro College, Medical Microwave, MedAssure Services Michael Faigen, Roger Schwarz
8 Richard Mroz Consulting (10)
$637,345 Atlantic City Electric/Pepco Holdings, Kennedy Health System, Trump Entertainment Resorts Richard Mroz
9 Sterns & Weinroth (7)
$626,757 Citigroup Management, American Insurance Association, CSX Corp. Richard Van Wagner, Richard Weinroth
10 Florio, Perrucci, Steinhardt & Fader (n/r)
Rochelle Park
$625,846 United Water, Greenman-Pederson Inc., Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Paul Fader, Louis Cappelli, Steven Weinstein
Total $10,476,952
Source: N.J. Election Law Enforcement Commission, calendar year 2012. Prior year’s rank is shown in parentheses (n/r = not ranked).
*Optimus Partners, though run by Philip Norcross, managing partner of Marlton’s Parker McCay, is not affiliated with the firm.