Are Newsletters and Blogs Dead? No Comments

Are Newsletters and Blogs Dead?

With the rise of social media, many have argued that newsletters and blogs are dead. They say that social media is more prolific, more immediate and more engaging. It is all that and more. It is also extremely cluttered, and its format is somewhat limiting—especially for organizations that don’t have Read more
Trump’s Budget Cuts Create Opportunities No Comments

Trump’s Budget Cuts Create Opportunities

President Trump's budget proposal generated headlines and consternation across the nation. It also created opportunities for those facing cutbacks to tell their story and advocate for funding. One of our clients, LA BioMed, is featured in today's LA Times' column by Steve Lopez because of the potential loss of critical Read more
Storytelling for Law Firm Marketing No Comments

Storytelling for Law Firm Marketing

Creative storytelling to ensure coverage of litigation can be a major challenge for law firms and their marketing departments. Here is an example from our client, WilmerHale Law Firm and the ACLU. They joined other legal advocacy organizations in filing pro bono a lawsuit seeking to stop the California Department Read more
Veteran prosecutor joins law firm No Comments

Veteran prosecutor joins law firm

Our client, Kendall Brill & Kelly law firm, announced today the addition of a new partner, Robert Edward Dugdale. He is a top-ranking veteran federal prosecutor whose extensive trial experience will greatly enhance the firm’s white-collar practice and its litigation expertise. Widely recognized as one of the region’s best trial Read more
Our Latest Publication: Conservancy Times No Comments

Our Latest Publication: Conservancy Times

Catalina and the other Channel Islands are often referred to as the “Galapagos of North America” because they harbor a tremendous diversity of plants and animals, including a disproportionately high number of species that are unique to the islands, called endemic species. But these and all island species face a Read more
Opening New Clinic for COPD Sufferers 2 Comments

Opening New Clinic for COPD Sufferers

The celebration of a new clinic to provide rehabilitative services to people suffering with COPD drew a big crowd, including LA County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, leaders in the COPD community and media. The new clinic is especially great news because it is the first in the area to offer rehabilitative Read more
Celebrating New Park 2 Comments

Celebrating New Park

We're pleased to join our client, the LA Neighborhood Land Trust, in celebrating the acquisition of a former industrial site in the Del Amo neighborhood of Carson that will become a much-needed park for a community that has been fighting to get a park there for more than 20 years. Acquisition Read more
Take a Hike! See our Newest Publication 2 Comments

Take a Hike! See our Newest Publication

Located just 22 miles from Los Angeles, Catalina Island offers rare opportunities to escape the crowds. We produced this issue of the Conservancy Times magazine for one of the state's oldest and largest land trusts, the Catalina Island Conservancy. The magazine describes how hiking is one of the best ways Read more
Party with a Robot April 8 No Comments

Party with a Robot April 8

Forget the Terminator and Chappie. Here's a chance to party with robots who can perform surgery, protect soldiers on the battlefield, read your mind to control a flying helicopter and teach kids about technology. The Silicon Valley Robot Block Party at the WilmerHale Law Firm in Palo Alto will feature Read more