Toppragencies.com has declared the top litigation communications companies in the PR industry for the month of August 2013. Thousands providing solutions within the industry are investigated in order to identify which companies offer the most talented solutions to businesses in need. Businesses looking for talented PR companies to assist them access the rankings online... READ MORE »
Situated about 50 miles from Drakes Estero in Marin County, the landlocked city of Sonoma would seem an unlikely place to take a stand in an oyster company’s fight for survival.
But colorful signs supporting the Drakes Bay Oyster Co. have popped up all over town, and the Sonoma City Council on Monday unanimously adopted... READ MORE »
The concessionaire at AT&T Park today filed a dynamic lawsuit against Local 2 Unite Here union for violations of national labor laws and for attempting to block charity groups and nonprofits from raising money at the ballpark.
Centerplate said Local 2 is attempting to illegally force the San Francisco Giants into signing a “successor addendum”... READ MORE »
California Business Leaders Laurence A. Colton, George P. McGrath Join Board
SAN FRANCISCO–Two prominent California businessmen have been elected to the board of directors of Recology, the leading independent employee-owned recycling and disposal services company in the western United States.
Insurance executive Larry A. Colton, CEO of G2 Insurance Services, and recycling executive George P.... READ MORE »
Singer Associates Public Relations and Public Affairs San Francisco was named the 10th largest environmental public relations and public affairs agency by O’Dwyer’s, a nationally respected public relations trade journal.The firms ranked below have satisfied the O’Dwyer ranking rules – supporting fee and employee totals with income tax and W-3 forms and providing a... READ MORE »
Singer Associates Public Relations and Public Affairs is honored to be part of Chevron’s communications team to shed light on the fraudulent case against the oil company in Ecuador. Here is a news story from the San Francisco Chronicle that details the latest twist in the case–one that proves Chevron’s innocence:
Another player in the... READ MORE »