The second quarter was good to Brecht Heuchan.
With eight legislative clients and 10 executive branch clients, The Labrador Company earned at least $130,000 — $70,000 for legislative clients and and $60,000 for executive branch clients — during the second quarter of 2017, which included the second half of the Legislative Session and a brief special session.
Heuchan could earn a maximum of $189,988 — a maximum of $99,944 for legislative work and $89,994 for executive branch work — during the second quarter of the year, according to an analysis of compensation reports conducted by FloridaPolitics.com
Lobbyists who are registered to represent clients before Florida’s legislative or executive branches are required to submit reports detailing their client roster and compensation each quarter. Reports for the second quarter are due to the state on Aug. 14.
Four legislative clients — the Florida Justice Association, The Richman Group of Florida, Inc., and Southern Wine & Spirits of America, Inc., and Wilkes & McHugh PA — paid Heuchan an average of $15,000 for his services during the second quarter; while two clients — Florida for Care, the group behind the 2016 medical marijuana constitutional amendment, and Tarpon Towers II LLC — paid him an average of $5,000 for his services.
Three executive branch clients — AltMed LLC, Parsons Transportation Group, and Tynda Holdings LLC — paid an average of $15,000 for his work during the second quarter; while three other clients — Florida for Care, Florida Patients First, and Richman Group of Florida — paid an average of $5,000 for his services.