Jeb Bush Joins With PA Law Firm

jeb-bushJeb Bush is coming to Pennsylvania…well, sort of.

The former Florida Governor and presidential candidate will serve as a strategic consulting to the firm of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney.

Unsurprisingly, Bush’s consulting work will focus on the firm’s offices in the Sunshine State.

“This move adds to our firm’s distinguished reputation as a leader in providing strategic advice on government, regulatory and business matters,” said Buchanan CEO Joseph Dougherty. “There are very few people that have the breadth of experience that Governor Bush has both in the public and private sector. We believe his insight will be a tremendous asset to our attorneys and clients.”

“Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney is an outstanding advisor to its clients, and I look forward to collaborating with them,” responded Bush. “We live in a complex business and political environment, and I believe that putting my knowledge and experience together with Buchanan’s professional acumen will help Buchanan’s clients grow and prosper.”

6 Responses

  1. Bush is a has been. He could not make a comeback in politics. His stint as Florida’s governor was a total disaster and explains why he got no support nationally when he competed worst governorfor president. Now he will a consultant, what ever that is. He needs to work but found a way to get corporate welfare by selling his name to the firm. In retrospect, among most Floridians, Bush was the worst governor in the entire history of the state.

  2. As a disbarred attorney, I, Frank Little, can’t get hired by Buchanan. So I just beg for money online.

  3. I guess I just can’t figure out what qualifies Jeb Bush to do strategic consulting for a law firm, unless strategic consulting means lobbying. Sounds about right.

  4. Welcome aboard, Morgan Stanley…have we got some bond issues for you! P.S. Thank your brother for inviting La Familia to his inaugurations. Too bad you didn’t have the energy this year.

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