Newsroom’s Howard Breuer among Lawdragon 2022 Global 100 Leaders

LOS ANGELES, MAY 26 – Lawdragon on Wednesday named Newsroom PR CEO Howard Breuer to its 2022 Global 100 Leaders in Legal Strategy & Consulting. Newsroom PR is the only firm in Southern California specializing in legal and litigation PR to have made the list, which vetted litigation industry leaders across the globe.  “This remarkable group represents the crème de …

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Newsroom PR Legal Clients Got Better Media Exposure Than If They’d Sued Alec Baldwin

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  • April 19, 2022

By Keilyn Abe Within the first three months after the Rust shooting, Newsroom PR secured over 73 print and broadcast placements for our legal analysts.  During this time, a very prominent Los Angeles civil rights attorney (not affiliated with Newsroom PR) held a press conference to announce that he was filing the first major lawsuit against Baldwin and other principals. …

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Mike Richards, Jeopardy host du jour

The best crisis management plan? Avoid jeopardy in the first place

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  • September 13, 2021

Rather than write a bland blog to showcase how THE LIST recently devoted an entire article to my takeaways on Mike Richards – who put his career in jeopardy by mistreating people on the way to becoming the shortest-tenured host in Jeopardy history – I thought I’d dig much closer to the root of the matter and suggest we collectively, …

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Legal PR firm’s clients do media blitz responding to Bill Cosby news

One great way to assess a legal PR firm’s effectiveness at getting clients in the news is to see how busy its clients were on a big legal news day such as June 30, when Bill Cosby’s conviction was overturned. For Newsroom PR client Neama Rahmani, a former federal prosecutor and the President of West Coast Trial Lawyers, there wasn’t …

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Can Lori Loughlin make a post-scandal comeback?

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  • August 21, 2020

I am quoted in today’s Fox News article about Lori Loughlin. It was a very interesting question – can Lori make a Hollywood comeback? Howard Breuer, CEO of a Los Angeles-based PR firm Newsroom PR, called Loughlin’s sentencing amid a pandemic “serendipitous” because very few TV and movies have returned to production. So, by the time any projects were to resume, Loughlin will …

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DNA/Forensic investigations

Former San Diego Police Department Crime Lab Director Jennifer Shen can discuss issues pertaining to forensic investigations, and how the quarantine has impacted investigative science. Shen can be reached by email at jlynnshen@yahoo.com, or phone (858) 945-7145. For more on her background, please visit https://jenshenforensics.com/.

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Adapting PR Strategy in the Age of Coronavirus

For every 20 or so businesses losing steam because of the coronavirus, there’s one that’s doing okay or even better. So far it’s looking like we’re in the latter category and I wanted to share this in case it might help other businesses thinking there’s not much they can do short of manufacturing masks and hand sanitizer. The trick to …

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Legal liability

Los Angeles-area civil litigator Joseph H. Low IV, who is also a biochemist, can discuss the legal issues that will arise around the transfer of the disease, the rights of patients, potential legal causes of action such as negligence, emotional distress and post-traumatic stress, particularly within the medical community. Low can be reached at (949) 533-6969 or by email at joseph@jhllaw.com. Los …

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Civil rights

DeWitt M. Lacy, of the John Burris Law Firm, has been practicing civil rights law for over a decade. He handles all aspects of litigation and has significant experience in the areas of Section 1983 Civil Rights litigation, wrongful death, employment discrimination, and personal injury. Regarding the defendants’ due-process rights, Lacy empathizes with both sides, as he doesn’t want his …

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The nursing homes, the elderly and disabled

Chicago-area lawyer Shawn Collins represents victims of toxic torts (many suffering from cancer), people with disabilities, and seniors suffering from nursing home abuse. Collins can comment about efforts to aid seniors, potential repercussions for care providers of care and what more the country can do to help the vulnerable.Collins can be reached at (630) 527-1595 (office), (630) 272-8148 (mobile) or …

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