Ieri per i lobbisti americani è stato il Lobbying Disclosure Act day. È stato infatti pubblicato il report dell’autorità di Vigilanza USA con i dati sul lobbying americano per il secondo trimestre del 2016 (aprile-giugno). Politico ha raccolto i dati più interessanti, per le diverse categorie di impresa, che riportiamo di seguito:

SPESA (aprile-giugno 2016) PER ATTIVITÀ DI LOBBYING – SOCIETÀ DI CONSULENZA

  1. Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: $9.53 milioni (vs. $9.54M in 1Q16 and $10.23M in 2Q15)*
  2. Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck: $6.74 milioni (vs. $6.74M in 1Q16 and $6.25M in 2Q15)*
  3. Podesta Group: $5.96 milioni (vs. $5.94M in 1Q16 and $5.75M in 2Q15)*
  4. Van Scoyoc Associates: $5.74 milioni (vs. $4.8M in 1Q16 and $5.8M in 2Q15)*
  5. Holland & Knight: $4.96 milioni (vs. $4.86M in 1Q16 and $4.955M in 2Q15)*
  6. Squire Patton Boggs: $4.66 milioni (vs. $4.65M in 1Q16 and $6.76M in 2Q15)*
  7. BGR Government Affairs: $4.46 milioni (vs. $4.19M in 1Q16 and $4.64M in 2Q15)*
  8. K&L Gates: $4.35 milioni (vs. $4.33M in 1Q16 and $4.65M in 2Q15)*
  9. Williams & Jensen: $4.27 milioni (vs. $4.28M in 1Q16 and $4.52M in 2Q15)*
  10. Cornerstone Government Affairs: $4.22 milioni (vs. $4.03M in 1Q16 and $3.82M in 2Q15)*
  11. Capitol Counsel: $4.08 milioni (vs. $4.2M in 1Q16 and $4.3M in 2Q15)*
  12. Peck Madigan Jones: $3.37 milioni (vs. $3.26M in 1Q16)
  13. Fierce Government Relations: $3.33 milioni (vs. $3.21M in 1Q16 and $3.24M in 2Q15)
  14. Cassidy & Associates: $3.32 milioni (vs. $3.03M in 1Q16 and $3.31M in 2Q15)*
  15. Covington & Burling: $3.32 milioni (vs. $3.05M in 1Q16 and $3.08M in 2Q15)*
  16. Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas: $3.31 milioni (vs. $2.99M in 1Q16 and $2.88M in 2Q15)*
  17. Washington Council Ernst & Young: $3.31 milioni (vs. $3.06M in 1Q16)
  18. Capitol Tax Partners: $3.14 milioni (vs. $3.1M in 1Q16)
  19. Venable: $2.77 milioni (vs. $2.63M in 1Q16 and $2.39M in 2Q15)*
  20. Hogan Lovells: $2.76 milioni (vs. $2.61M in 1Q16 and $3.23M in 2Q15)*

SPESE IN LOBBYING DI IMPRESE E ASSOCIAZIONI (2015/16)

  1. U.S. Chamber of Commerce ($22.7 milioni)
  2. National Association of Realtors ($9.38 milioni)
  3. U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform ($6.45 milioni)
  4. Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America ($5.82 milioni)
  5. Business Roundtable ($4.81 milioni)
  6. Boeing ($4.75 milioni)
  7. American Hospital Association ($4.69 milioni)
  8. American Medical Association ($4.31 milioni)
  9. Google ($4.24 milioni)
  10. AT&T ($4.07 milioni)
  11. National Association of Broadcasters ($3.61 milioni)
  12. Lockheed Martin ($3.49 milioni)
  13. Comcast ($3.38 milioni)
  14. Prudential Financial ($3.17 milioni)
  15. Southern Company ($3.12 milioni)
  16. FedEx ($3.06 milioni)
  17. National Cable and Telecommunications Association ($3.04 milioni)
  18. Amazon ($3 milioni)
  19. Amgen ($2.91 milioni)
  20. Pfizer ($2.89 milioni)

C’è anche la classifica dei contratti di consulenza più onerosi:

  1. Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck: Caesars Enterprise Services ($850,000)
  2. McGuiness & Yager: HR Policy Association ($560,000)
  3. Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: Gila River Indian Community ($520,000)
  4. Sidley Austin: Intrexon Corporation ($490,000)
  5. Covington & Burling: Qualcomm ($450,000)
  6. Dentons: Tohono O’odham Nation ($430,000)
  7. Covington & Burling: Western Conference of Teamsters Pension Trust ($390,000)
  8. Venn Strategies: Employee-Owned S Corporations of America ($380,000)
  9. Akin Gump: Empresas Fonalledas ($340,000)
  10. Allegiance Strategies: American Unity Fund ($320,000)
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