Top N.J. Lawyer-Lobbyists in 2006
Firm* Revenues Top Lobbyists Top Clients
Riker, Danzig, Scherer, Hyland & Perretti, Morristown and Trenton (2) $2,007,261 Mary Kathryn Roberts, James Harkness, John Kohler AIG Baker Deptford, Cooper Health Systems, Conrail
Issues Management (Lowenstein Sandler), Roseland and Princeton (1) $1,702,383 Michael Faigen, Mark Smith, Anthony Pizzutillo New Jersey Tissue and Organ Sharing Network, St. Barnabas Health Care System, Medical Microwave Inc.
Gibbons, Newark and Trenton (4) $1,418,775 David Pascrell, Paul St. Onge, David Filipelli Sanofi-Aventis, St. Mary’s Hospital, Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey
Sterns & Weinroth, Trenton (5) $886,888 Joel Sterns, Richard Weinroth, Richard Van Wagner American Insurance Association, Trump Hotel Casino & Resorts Inc.
DeCotiis, Fitzpatrick, Cole & Wisler, Teaneck and Trenton (n/r) $677,362 William Harla, M. Robert DeCotiis, Patrica Ryou Cherokee & Associates, Mills Corp., Encorp
Pringle Quinn & Anzano, Morristown and Trenton (6) $609,255 Paul Anzano, Michael O’Connell Safe Choices for New Jersey Drivers, United Health Care
Courter, Kobert & Cohen, Hackesttown (7) $434,572 Murray Bevan, Richard Giuditta Jr. Masterfoods USA, Morristown & Erie Railway
Morris, Manning & Martin, Princeton (9) $307,588 William Megna Amerihealth, Insure Express
Alman Group, Westfield (3) $302,125 Christopher Daul, Catherine Chin Vision Quest, Association of Long Term Care Pharmacy Providers
Windels Lane Marx & Mittendorf, Princeton (8) $246,822 Samuel Destito State Farm Insurance Co., Allianz Life Insurance Co.
Source: N.J. Election Law Enforcement Commission
*Last year’s rank shown in parenthesis. n/r = not ranked last year.