Patton Boggs at 50

The firm that helped define lobbying in D.C. keeps evolving.

, The National Law Journal


It's hard to talk about lobbying in Washington without mentioning Patton Boggs. The firm, which celebrated its 50th anniversary this year, was one of the first D.C. law firms to fully ­incorporate a lobbying operation. We spoke with firm leaders Thomas Boggs Jr. and Edward Newberry about politics, lobbying and Washington influence.

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Originally appeared in print as Boggs says he has no plans to retire soon

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