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Jonathan P. Bigley, Esq. 


Jonathan spent ten years in senior positions in both the Governor’s Office and the Pennsylvania General Assembly. As Deputy Secretary for Legislative Affairs, he was responsible for the development of Governor Robert P. Casey’s legislative agenda as well as the legislative initiatives of the various Executive Agencies. In addition, he served as Governor Casey’s chief spokesman before the leadership and members of the General Assembly. Prior to joining the Governor’s Executive Staff, Jonathan served as a legislative aide to two House Majority Leaders. During his decade of government service, Jonathan guided through the General Assembly major legislative initiatives on the environment, economic development, healthcare, insurance, labor relations and agriculture.


In the private sector, Jonathan has been responsible for many legislative victories on behalf of clients. He uses his insider’s knowledge to develop multifaceted strategies that appeal to a wide range of legislative and administrative constituencies. A recent significant accomplishment is concept development and strategy implementation of the legislative initiatives that became The Healthcare Provider Retention Account and Healthcare Provider Retention Program. From grassroots planning to Capitol Hill lobbying to PAC implementation, Jonathan has the experience to win most any issue. Jonathan has also held locally elected and appointed positions in his community. He served as a member of the Susquenita School District Board of Directors and is a past president of the board.  In addition, he was an original member and first chairman of the Penn Township (Perry County) Zoning Hearing Board. 


Jonathan has a B.A. in Political Science from Westminster College (New Wilmington, PA) and earned a J.D. from the Widener University School of Law (Harrisburg, PA).


Jonathan Bigley is admitted to practice before the PA Supreme Court.


Jonathan is a past member of the James S. Bowman American Inn of Court.  He is a frequent lecturer on Pennsylvania government for a variety of organization including presentations for state-mandated Continuing Medical Education and Continuing Legal Education programs.  Jonathan has also authored several articles on lobbying in Pennsylvania among other issues.

Thomas J. Blikle



Tom has over thirty years of extensive legislative and political experience in senior positions in both the Pennsylvania General Assembly and the House Republican Campaign Committee. In his fifteen years in working for the House of Representatives, Tom served as the first ever Republican Policy Committee Executive Director. In that position, Tom helped to develop the Republican Caucus’s legislative agenda. He also served as the first Executive Director of the House Tourism and Recreational Development Committee. Tom was an instrumental player in legislation which provided for the construction of many of the event centers and sporting arenas throughout the Commonwealth.


Tom also was the Executive Director of the Game and Fisheries Committee as well as serving as an analyst for the House Appropriations Committee. Tom also directed or staffed several dozen political races and held several positions within the House Republican Campaign Committee.


Tom holds has a B.A. in Management from Moravian College.


Tom has been a registered lobbyist since 2001 and specializes in gaming and appropriations issues. He has assisted B & B clients in obtaining well over $40 million in funding for their projects.

Daniel Green


Dan has over 14 years of experience working in and around the capitol with a focus on insurance, healthcare, transportation, tax, and gaming issues. Dan began his career in Harrisburg working for multiple legislators and committees over a seven-year span in the House of Representatives. He then worked at the Department of Transportation and the Pennsylvania Insurance Department in their Offices of Legislative Affairs. Most recently Dan was part of the State Government Affairs team for a major health insurer where he cultivated relationships with legislators on both sides of the aisle and worked on some of the largest healthcare reform issues the General Assembly has seen in decades.


Dan holds has a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Lynn University and was a 2011 Fellow of the Pennsylvania Education Policy and Leadership Center.


Registered lobbyist since 2019. Over ten years of legislative drafting and research experience.

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