- Long Island Business News interviewed Michael Levine of Rappaport, Glass, Levine, and Zullo; Michael Gluck of Rosenberg & Gluck LLP; and Steve Shulman of Shulman & Kessler LLP, on their enjoyment of riding on motorcycles.
- A website and brochure were designed for Klauber Law LLC.
- Frederick K. Brewington of The Law Offices of Frederick Brewington successfully defended a woman whose right to legal counsel was denied by the Nassau County Police Department. This was covered by News 12, Newsday.com, and New York Law Journal. In addition, the New York Amsterdam News reported on Brewington’s case, in which the Village of Garden City was found guilty of discrimination in its housing practices.
- PR4Lawyers assisted The Office of Legislator John M. Kennedy in settling up a press conference announcing the signing of the Steve Nelson Safety Act into law. This was covered by News 12, WCBS Radio and Channel 2, FIOS1, Newsday.com, and TV55.
- A landing page was created for McGuire and Pelaez P.C.
- The Cochran Firm announced it has filed a notice of claim and a pre-action discovery lawsuit in response to the death of Jerome Murdough, who was found in a jail cell which exceeded 100 degrees. This was covered by HispanTV (Spanish), Huffington Post, Press TV, RT.com, The Guardian, Inquirer.net, The Epoch Times, The Grio, Nanaimo Daily News, Aljazeera America, The Detroit News, Reuters, New Zealand Herald, Indiana Gazette, NY1, New York Post, New York Daily News, and Newsday.
- Custom logos and social media pages were set up for Neil H. Greenberg and Associates, P.C. including: Facebook , Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn pages.
- Georgaklis & Mallis PLLC. Announced its client’s $18.7 million jury verdict was upheld. This includes $16 million for pain and suffering, the largest jury-affirmed verdict for pain and suffering in New York State. This was reported by The New York Journal.
- A folder was designed for The Law Firm of Douglas & London, PC.
- Kyle Lynch of Bainton Lynch was named Long Island Business News’ “Ones to Watch in the East End.” He was also featured in a Long Island Business News story on attorneys who join their families’ law firms.