Last week, Josh Rosenstein was quoted in The Hill, in an article discussing lobbying revenue issues.
“A major industry player is hiring a law and lobby firm because of the depth of their bench, said Joshua Ian Rosenstein, a partner at Sandler Reiff Lamb Rosenstein & Birkenstock who specializes in compliance. They want to be able to call upon anyone [in any area of the firm] at any given time — and that costs more.
A high-rolling K Street clientele can be a double-edged sword for firms, Rosenstein said.
It’s always nice to have a marquee client to keep you busy, but having a large percentage of your firm’s revenue come from a single source creates risks for your company, he said.
Lobbying is a personal business, Rosenstein added. Lobby firms want to protect their client base because [the lobbyists] can move across the street.”
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