All eyes may be on Sunday’s big game, but the Am Law Daily is taking a look back at how much the NFL players’ union spent on lawyers and lobbyists in the period leading up to the labor lockout in 2011.
They obtained the information from the annual financial forms that the union is required to file with the U.S. Dept. of Labor. Of the NFLPA’s total assets of $313.6 million, $63.2 million was spent on legal fees, while $1.7 million went to political activities and lobbying.
The top 3 billing firms were:
- Latham and Watkins $3.1 million
- Dewey and LeBoeuf $2.9 million
- Patton Boggs $948,983
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