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As I’ve read multiple stories over the past few weeks since Sir Martin Sorrell resigned as the head of WPP, there seems to be a consistent theme, the PR Goliaths that were built to limit competition, own the market and upsell cross company services, are now having the opposite effect, declining market share and revenue. One has to ask one’s self, what’s going on here?

First Lady, Second Lady, Tranquility, or "The Enforcer" are many of the titles former First Lady Barbara Bush has been called throughout her life, but the ones she was most proud of were wife, mother, grandmother, and friend.

By Michele Gorman {Originally Published in Law360, March 7, 2018} The school shooting in Florida last month led masses of students and other Americans to organize protests calling for stricter gun laws and boycotts against companies over their relationships with

Nahigian Strategies, LLC, a full-service, rapidly expanding, communications and public relations agency with offices in Washington, D.C. and Charlotte, N.C., announced today that veteran communications and public relations professional, Jim Lake, has joined the firm as a Principal.

As employers across industries scrutinize their policies and workers’ complaints in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault scandal, a legal department may wonder what actions to take when its own general counsel breaches fiduciary duties or engages in misconduct.

By: Anna Stallman, VP of Communications Today is “National Wear Red Day.” Beyond red being a color that naturally boosts confidence and attracts attention – it’s a color to signify our nation’s continued fight against the number one killer in