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Tulsa Police Officer Will Face Manslaughter Charge In Unarmed Man’s Death. David Schwartz on America’s First News
Tulsa Police Officer Will Face Manslaughter Charge In Unarmed Man's Death. Legal Analysis with NY Criminal Defense Attorney David Schwartz and Gordon Deal.
The assertions of Gary LaBarbera should not have gone unanswered in a recent Crain's story. Brad Gerstman on Crain's New York.
Justice Department is investigating Wells Fargo sales tactics. David Schwartz on America’s First News
Justice Department is investigating Wells Fargo sales tactics. Legal Analysis with NY Criminal Defense Attorney David Schwartz and Gordon Deal.
Gotham's Brad Gerstman on Fox News - analyzes Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's performances at the Commander in Chief Forum
Gotham Government Relations & Communications founding partner Brad Gerstman on the latest presidential polls on Fox News.
Brock Turner, former Stanford University Student registers as sex offender after controversial jail stint. Legal Analysis with Attorney David Schwartz, partner at Gotham Government Relations on Fox News.
Save The Date! Join us for the Lisa Beth Gerstman Annual Golf Classic October 1oth. A day of golf and support for two great organizations dedicated to raising vital funds to help children live fulfilling and rewarding lives.
Brad Gerstman gives political analysis on the European Union's demand that Apple Computer pay $14.5 Billion dollars in back taxes.