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DC Office Recognized as Top Lobbyists for Third Straight Year

April 2, 2024 – Bloomberg Government, a leading source of comprehensive analysis and insights into the lobbying industry, has announced its annual report on the top-performing lobbying firms, with Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP (DHC) being recognized for its outstanding achievements. This is the third year in a row DHC was named to the list.

The report highlights the continued growth of federal lobbying, reaching a record high of over $4 billion in 2023, despite challenges posed by Congressional upheaval.

“Lobbying is a matrixed endeavor, especially in our nation’s capital,” said Jonathan McCollum, Chair, Federal Government Relations Group for DHC, based in Washington DC. “Having first name basis relationships and the credibility to back up our interactions with elected officials is what makes the difference when everyone is looking to get their part of an increasingly smaller pie.”

Bloomberg Government’s analysis, which delves into Lobbying Disclosure Act reports, focuses on the top 381 firms reporting revenues of $1 million or more for the year. DHC’s inclusion in this prestigious list underscores its impactful contributions and effectiveness in navigating the complex landscape of government affairs.

Sid Davidoff, Founding Partner at Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP, and Chair of the Government Relations group, commented on the firm’s recognition, stating: “Our firm is one that not just connects clients with their elected leaders, but actually gets things done to make our world a better place. We are proud of our achievements at the federal level to make sure that New York institutions and the people they serve receive the attention and services they need.”

Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP remains committed to its mission of advocating for its clients’ interests while upholding the highest standards of integrity and excellence. The firm’s inclusion in Bloomberg Government’s Top-Performing Lobbying Firms Report further solidifies its reputation as a leader in government relations.

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