The legal assault on three Hampton towns by the East End Eruv Assn. aided by Verizon, LPEG/LIPA and two huge law firms, is an example of lawyers running amok, robbing Americans of two freedoms—free speech and freedom of religion as well as freedom from religion.
Newly minted US Secretary of Defense Ash Carter is mulling whether to install a civilian spokesman to replace the departing Rear Adm. John Kirby, who has been the uniform-clad PR face of the Pentagon since late 2013.
Westhampton Beach trustees, faced with overwhelming opposition, killed their proposal to have “twin police chiefs” costing $350K. It was a ploy to distract from WHB’s real problem—an eruv Jewish religious boundary.
Westhampton trustees, unwilling to face the multiple lawsuits by the East End Eruv Assn. that could cost hundreds of thousands, bamboozled 62 residents last night by getting them all riled up about a no-brainer -- two top cops costing $350K.
No matter what industry you’re in, chances are at some point you’re going to be involved in litigation. Unfortunately, communicators’ proclivity to deploy a strategic response is often hindered in a lawsuit. Here’s how counsel and communicators can work together during this process.
Westhampton Beach trustees meet at 7 p.m. tonight to discuss appointing a "police commissioner" to assist the police chief. The New York Post called it "having two sheriffs for a one-horse town." Local blogger Dean Speir said, "It stinks."
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