Catherine Ho covers law and lobbying for Capital Business, which she joined in June 2011. She was previously a reporter at the Daily Journal in Los Angeles, covering LA civil courts and labor and employment law. Before that, she reported for the business and metro desks at the LA Times. She has interned at newspapers in Detroit, Wichita, Kan., and San Mateo, Calif. She’s a San Jose native and UC Berkeley graduate.
After a mass flight of key leaders last year, the firm is looking to rebuild with a smaller budget and revenue expectations.
Congress is back to regular business, and as a result, lobbying registrations are returning to what they were in 2011.
Since opening a Washington office last year, the Brooklyn-based agency has added nearly 30 employees and drummed up about $10 million in revenue.
The change, Malina said, is part of a multi-year transition that he hopes will keep the firm “fresh and current.”