Business Week - Thomas Hale Boggs Jr.

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    Thomas Hale Boggs Jr., chairman of the firm, was featured in the January 26, 2009 edition of Business Week about Washington's so-called "uber lobbyists," public policy professionals who are expected to "wield big influence in the New Washington." The magazine stated that Mr. Boggs "could well be the most influential Washington icon who never held elected office."

    "It's hard to top Boggs, once an economist advising President Lyndon B. Johnson, for sheer door-opening, policy-swaying clout," Business Week reported. "Analyses of campaign contributions, lobbying expenses, and other money flows, together with a social networking study of Washington lobbying done by prominent American University professor James Thurber, suggest that Boggs' law firm, Patton Boggs, has more combined influence inside the Beltway than any other lobbying outfit."

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