Gotham Government Relations & Communications of New York and Washington offers its clients a variety of necessary resources including a combined brand of skilled lawyers, communications experts, government relations professionals, and media specialists. With the abilities necessary to reach crucial community members and critical legislators, Gotham remains unique in its existence and victorious in its pursuits.
Advocacy In Action:
Gotham recognizes the inherent power found in an effectively run and targeted grassroots campaign. Employing door to door lobbying and promoting community support through consensus building, our firm will employ the most advanced strategies that have been proven successful in influencing public policy.
We Get Your Business Into The Spotlight
Gotham uses the power of all types of media in order to bring your business into the spotlight. From social media, print outlets, the news, and video production, we pull out all the stops to make sure your business is recognized. Check out some examples of some of the clients we have gotten media attention for.
Check out some of our footage and highlights from last Thursday night's construction event in the Grand Havana Room.
Re “New York’s Moveable Feast Might Grow Even Larger” (news article, Oct. 11). David Schwartz in The New York Times.
Should statements made by Donald Trump during his campaign be excluded? Legal Analysis with NY Criminal Defense Attorney David Schwartz, Partner at Gotham Government Relations on Fox News.
With Hillary Clinton's emails released through Wikileaks, how will this pan out in regards to the upcoming election? Brad Gerstman on Fox News.
Brad Gerstman on Fox News, commentating on the Trump and Clinton presidential race.
Some Uber drivers are not even monitored and are considered illegal, but Nassau County is working on cracking down on these illegal drivers. Brad Gerstman on Fox News.
‘I Was Bleeding Out of the Back of My Head’: Woman Sues Driver, Uber Over Alleged Attack, Lack of Cooperation. Brad Gerstman on NBC New York
A woman visiting from California who was allegedly attacked by her Uber driver is furious that it took more than a month for him to be arrested and she blames Uber's policies. Brad Gerstman on NBC New York.