Rank
Firm
Revenues
Top Clients
Top Lobbyists

1

Gibbons (1)
Newark and Trenton

$1,977,789

CSC Holdings, Atlantic City Electric, Virtua Health
David Pascrell, David Filippelli, Paul St. Onge, Noreen Giblin

2

Optimus Partners* (3)
Trenton

$1,512,550

Casino Association of New Jersey, Comcast, Sayreville Seaport Associates
Philip Norcross, Jeffrey Michaels, Kevin Davis

3

Riker, Danzig, Scherer, Hyland & Perretti (2)
Morristown and Trenton

$1,282,344

FL Park Racing, Conrail, CIGNA
Mary Kathryn Roberts, John Pellacchia

4

Wolff & Samson/Wolff & Samson Public Affairs (6)
West Orange and Trenton

$1,067,029

Honeywell Intellectual Properties, Barnabas Health, GTech
Karen Kominsky, John McKinney, Lori Grife

5

Impact NJ (4)
Trenton

$1,001,000

Walgreen, Liberty Health System, RTC Properties
W. Michael Murphy Jr., Guy Gregg, Colleen McAuliffe

6

Porzio Governmental Affairs (6)
Morristown and Trenton

$988,186

New Jersey Council of County Colleges, MasterCard, CNA Financial
Lynn Nowak, Barbara DeMarco, Sal Anderton

7

Richard Mroz Consulting / Archer Public Affairs (8)
Haddonfield and Trenton

$890,251

Trump Entertainment Resorts, EnerNOC, Hess
Richard Mroz, John Fisher III

8

Issues Management (Lowenstein Sandler) (7)
Roseland and Princeton

$577,691

D’Imperio PPG, Touro College, JIS PPG
Michael Faigen, Roger Schwarz

9

Florio, Perrucci, Steinhardt & Fader (10)
Phillipsburg

$545,842

United Water, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Pepsi
Paul Fader

10

Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott/ Sterns & Weinroth (9)
Pittsburgh & Trenton*

$543,265

Citigroup Management Corp., American Insurance Association, CSX Corp.
Richard Van Wagner
Total

$10,385,947

Source: N.J. Election Law Enforcement Commission, calendar year 2013. Prior year’s rank is shown in parentheses.
* Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott acquired Sterns & Weinroth in March 2013.