Edelman leads the way again with $874.9M in net fees, but there was some jostling at the top. W2O Group ($122.7M) bumped APCO ($120.6M) down to third and several newcomers made the top ten.
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PETA has tapped RedRock Strategies to advocate on behalf of legislation recently introduced in the House that involves the use of animals in military training exercises.
Flynn Intel Group, the lobbying firm owned by short-lived national security adviser Michael T. Flynn, has disclosed new documents to the Justice Department in an attempt to set the record straight concerning its controversial work for a company with ties to the Turkish government. (1 reader comment)
The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers Association has retained Navigators Global for Washington policy matters related to automated vehicles, among other automotive-industry issues.
A group of businesses and stakeholders that advocate for infrastructure and investment improvements along the Northeast Corridor railway line has retained Holland & Knight to pitch Congress on passenger rail funding and infrastructure.
The American Chemistry Council has retained Baker & Hostetler for representation on issues related to chemicals, energy, homeland security and corporate tax policy.
Planned Parenthood has tapped government relations firm Epplin Strategic Planning for Capitol Hill representation in a bid to protect the organization’s federal funding amid ongoing political attacks.
Husch Blackwell has been tapped by China’s national foreign trade and investment promotion agency to educate members of Congress and White House administration officials on trade issues related to stainless steel.