Patton Boggs Revamps Libya Pact Patton Boggs, which began work for Libya in 2011 with fees capped at $50K per-month, has renewed its contract to an "as-needed basis," while maintaining a 20 percent discount for its legal representation.
VT Reviews PR to Woo
Vermont, the unofficial U.S. capital for captive insurance companies, is reviewing its PR account promoting the state for that key economic sector with an RFP process this month.
Pediatric AIDS Group
Eyes Re-brand A well known pediatric AIDS group is calling for proposals to create a new strategic communications plan and tagline to reposition the organization and broaden its position in child health.
Qorvis Partner Spars
Matt Lauer, a partner at D.C.-based Qorvis, unleashes a barrage of criticism of Wikipedia over its policies blocking PR firms from editing content, sparking a sparring match with Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales.
Cybersecurity Unit Huntsworth PR unit establishes cybersecurity consulting and advisory unit to help clients respond to data breaches and deal with the raft of regulatory matters. Former Obama administration official is part of team.