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.
Dylann Roof Found Competent for Trial in Charleston Church Killings. Legal Analysis with David Schwartz on Fox.
Jodi Arias Attorney Faces Suspension For Tell All Book. Legal Analysis by NY Criminal Attorney David Schwartz, Partner at Gotham Government Relations on Primetime Justice with Ashleigh Banfield
What will President-Elect Trump's plan on immigration entail? Brad Gerstman on Fox News.
What is to come for the House Democrats now with the Trump administration? Brad Gerstman on Fox Business News.
First 100 Days of Trump Presidency: Whether Trump Agenda Passes Constitutional Muster. David Schwartz on Fox News
Does President-Elect Trump have what it takes to make it in the White House? David Schwartz gives answers on Fox Today.
How will the re-investigation into the Clinton emails affect the Presidential election? Brad Gerstman on Pix 11.
FBI re-opening investigation into Clinton emails. Brad Gerstman on Fox News.
Neil Cavuto discusses the 2016 presidential election. Brad Gerstman on Fox news.