Media Terminology: The Language of Journalists

Media Terminology: The Language of Journalists

Media Terminology: The Language of Journalists   By Gina Rubel When conducting public relations, there is a great deal of lingo shared among journalists and public relations experts. Here is […]

June 2022

In-House Counsel Trends: An On Record PR Roundup

In-House Counsel Trends: An On Record PR Roundup

Director of Business Development Jennifer Simpson Carr provides an overview of the trends in-house counsel foresee having the most significant impact on their businesses’ operations.

December 2021

Furia Rubel’s Commitment to Going Greener

Furia Rubel’s Commitment to Going Greener

Furia Rubel is committed to environmental sustainability and we’ve recommitted to a green office in 2020. Here in our renovated barn, the team has always recycled, kept a close eye on the thermostat, and turned off the lights and computers at the end of the day, but we’ve added a few extra ways to stay green.

February 2020

7 Tips To Help Lawyers Become Legal Correspondents To The Media

7 Tips To Help Lawyers Become Legal Correspondents To The Media

When you think of legal media correspondents, who do you think of? Names that quickly come to mind for me are NBC’s Savannah Guthrie and Dan Abrams, NPR’s Nina Totenberg, MSNBC’s Ari Melber, and Ann Coulter. Then there are lots of famous criminal defense and civil rights lawyers who have made their mark on the media like Gloria Allred, Johnnie Cochran, Mark Geragos, and Leslie Abramson. While this is by no means an exhaustive list, it demonstrates that there are names of lawyers who come to mind quickly and are memorable because of their exploits in the media.

October 2019