Jumping Around | Kyle Mooney, Nick Brooks, Aaron Hodges and Vic DiBitetto

Kyle Mooney and Nick Brooks Releasing Big Projects, Plus News From Aaron Hodges, Vic DiBitetto and More


Building a Professional Reputation: Attorneys as Experts and Business Leaders

Throughout my career in P.R. I’ve worked with many attorneys to help them build their awareness for brands and their law practices. Our news portal publishes news about lawyers and has a special section for law. The news portal also offers attorneys access to build an Online Press Kit.  I enjoy working with attorneys because I have respect for their time constraints (billable hours) and know how to effectively use content marketing and expert positioning to build awareness for their reputation. I wrote this article especially for lawyers!!


“The robots are coming…the robots are coming!”

If Paul Revere were riding now with the purpose of warning America against a clear and present danger, he might well proclaim, “The robots are coming!”  For indeed they are, and quickly.  Until now, though technology has reduced jobs at an ever-increasing rate, we’ve been able to create new ones just as fast, though many of these have been low-wage service positions and others, low-security “gig economy” activity. 


Jumping Around | Mark Normand, Seinfeld, Sal Vulcano, Godfrey and George Wallace

Mark Normand Gets His Own Pad, Seinfeld Buddies Hang Post Taping, Plus News from Sal Vulcano, Godfrey and George Wallace

Choosing a Good Mediator

Over the last six months, we’ve had the opportunity to interview a dozen of our colleagues, mostly attorneys, all of whom have regularly hired mediators.  We thought we’d take the guesswork out of the mediator selections process and share some of our findings that were compiled from many hours of interviews.


Wali Collins' Comedy Cup on May 18th

Wali Collins Comedy Cup is back at the Gotham Comedy Club in New York City.


Being POTUS is a Real Job

Being President of the United States (POTUS) is a job. A great weight of responsibility accompanies the grandeur of this office. Historically, presidents choose their words very carefully because there are major ramifications to everything they say.  The reaction to presidential words ranges from hypersensitive to hysterical.  The words of the POTUS have enormous power and consequences—enough to seize up financial markets and rattle the hearts of trigger-happy dictators.


Preparing for Re-Entry the Native Way

“We are all related to or know somebody in prison,” says Gabe Galanda, attorney and Native American activist. This is especially likely to be true for Native Americans, who are significantly over-represented in the prison system in several states, according to the Prison Policy Initiative. The Department of Justice reports that Native Americans are “under jurisdiction of the criminal justice system” at over twice the per capita rate of whites.