DMGS in the News
Phila. law firms had role in US Airways-American deal – Philadelphia Business Journal
Charles Pinot Teams Up With Legendary Lobbyist Joe Kuklis to Publish DIY Guide to Political Lobbying – Business Wire
Duane Morris Government Strategies hires Patrick Mangus – Pittsburgh Business Times
Cheers, fears for liquor store proposal – Pittsburgh Business Times
DMGS' Stacy Gromlich Presents to NEW Leadership Pennsylvania
Stacy Gromlich, Pennsylvania Government Affairs Manager at DMGS, spoke on a panel to the 2012 class of NEW Leadership Pennsylvania, a prestigious program of the Pennsylvania Center for Women in Politics. Stacy described how she assists clients in navigating state government, her background in government relations and her previous role working for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Stacy's accomplishments include successful advocacy on behalf of her clients including enactment of several laws. The Pennsylvania Center for Women and Politics (PCWP) at Chatham University is a non–partisan center devoted to fostering women's public leadership through education, empowerment and action.
Lovell to Speak at Economic Forum – caribarena.com
DMGS International Affairs Manager Barry Featherman chaired this session featuring Antigua St John's Minister of Finance and the Economy Harold Lovell.
Harford hires D.C. lobbying firm – Baltimore Sun
Duane Morris Government Strategies Hired by LifeBridge Health – The Hill
Stock market uncertainty stems M&A activity for much of 2011 – The Pittsburgh Business Times
Lobbying practice leave law firms for more independence, equity for non-lawyers – The Washington Post
Duane Morris' Government Affairs Unit Joins Forces with GSP Consulting Corp. to Form Duane Morris Government Strategies – PR Newswire
Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program grants delayed – Pittsburgh Business Times
GSP CEO Joe Kuklis discusses RACP grants.
Transit district near busway eyed as revenue source – Pittsburgh Tribune Review
GSP’ Mike Pehur and team are studying a proposed Transit Revitalization Investment District (TRID) around the East Liberty Busway Station, where a portion of property tax revenue could help to fund various infrastructure improvements.
GSP among the 13th Annual ICIC and Fortune Magazine’s Inner City 100 winners – Fortune Magazine
The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City and Fortune Magazine released the 2011 Inner City 100 list of the fastest-growing inner city companies in the U.S. GSP from Pittsburgh ranked #63 on this year's list. The Inner City 100 program recognizes successful inner city companies and their CEO's as role models for entrepreneurship, innovative business practices and job creation in America's urban communities. The full list can be viewed at www.fortune.com/innercity100.
Steel-town brownfields becoming waterside homes, offices – Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Developer hopes Oakmont TIF stays afloat – Valley News Dispatch
GSP putting together TIF proposal for proposed River's Edge project in Oakmont, PA.
American Iron and Steel Institute ready to lobby as D.C. tightens budget – Pittsburgh Business Times
Corbett sworn in as governor: Pittsburgh business leaders share their thoughts – Pittsburgh Business Times