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NY Marathon Pirates Win No Prizes, Singer Associates Public Relations Helps Bay to Breakers Beat Pirates

November 6, 2011

Singer Associates helps Bay to Breakers beat the race bandits. Bay to Breakers is used as a benchmark for other races that are still having issues with participant conduct.

Vertex Announces Recipients of Special Grants Initiative to Support People with Hepatitis C

November 4, 2011

The San Francisco General Hospital Foundation received a $250,000 grant from Vertex Pharmaceuticals to foster a program aimed at increasing Hepatitis C prevention efforts, treatment and care for vulnerable San Francisco communities.

Singer Associates’ Jason Barnett–Larkspur Native–Excited To Be Part Of Niven Property Revitalization

October 26, 2011

After more than 10 years of planning, the Rose Garden Project is close to moving on to the construction phase. Our very own Jason Barnett speaks to his personal relationship to the exciting project in downtown Larkspur and his hopes for the city's future.

Calpine and City of Hayward Celebrate Start of Construction on Russell City Energy Center

October 14, 2011

Calpine's Russell City Energy Center in Hayward creates 700 jobs for out of work construction crews and will supply 620,000 homes with clean energy in 2013.

Calpine Moves Forward with Construction of Green Power Plant in Hayward–Creates 700 Jobs

October 11, 2011

To celebrate the beginning of construction, Calpine CEO Jack Fusco will be on the construction site Wednesday to celebrate this milestone as the construction project ramps up to create 700 total construction jobs. Calpine will also be presenting a $10 million check to the City of Hayward to build a new library.

Lago Agrio Plaintiffs’ New York Lobbying and Political Influence Campaign Exposed

October 11, 2011

Chevron is seeking documents under FOIL in order to shed further light on the assistance provided by Comptroller DiNapoli and his predecessor, Alan Hevesi, to the plaintiffs’ lawyers and consultants involved in the fraudulent litigation against Chevron. Documentary evidence obtained through U.S. court-ordered discovery reveals a connection between financial contributions made by the Lago Agrio plaintiffs’ representatives and the Comptroller’s issuance of official public statements in support of the plaintiffs.

Gov. Cuomo, comptroller DiNapoli Drawn into Fraud Case by AmazonWatch Lobbyist Karen Hilton In Possible Illegal Activity in Chevron Ecuador Case, New York Times Reports Today

October 11, 2011

Mr. Cuomo indicated that he decided to get involved because Chevron might have violated state law in its handling of the litigation. But now, newly disclosed documents point to another factor. “Andrew has no interest in doing this,” a lobbyist for the plaintiffs, Ecuadorean villagers who live in the polluted area, wrote in an e-mail in 2009. “He is doing this for me. Because I asked.”

Hoover Pavilion Renovation Starts Part of $5 billion Stanford Hospital expansion project

October 7, 2011

Construction has begun on a project to transform the 80-year-old Hoover Pavilion, the original Palo Alto Hospital, into a modern medical facility.

Singer Associates Public Relations Assists Sutter Health in Nurses Union Strike

October 6, 2011

Healthy paychecks for Sutter Health nurses Phillip Matier, Andrew Ross, Chronicle Columnist When it comes to paychecks, there are some pretty hefty ones on both sides of the fight between health care giant Sutter Health and its hospital nurses. According to Sutter pay records, 20 nurses at Alta Bates Summit Medical Centers in Oakland and [...]

Singer Associates Presents at Litigation Communications and Public Relations Seminar

October 5, 2011

Singer chosen to sit on panel of crisis management experts, trial lawyers, and in-house counsel for a frank discussion of the best and worst strategies companies are employing to manage their brands while engaged in high-stakes courtroom battles.

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