DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (June 2019) – Furia Rubel is pleased to announce that the legal marketing and PR agency has been named an honorable mention recipient in two Ragan’s 2018 PR Daily Awards categories. The recognitions are for public relations and media relations handled on behalf of two Philadelphia law firms.

 

“Out of many outstanding submissions, we found Furia Rubel’s work to truly set a new standard of excellence for all practitioners. We congratulate them and look forward to seeing their future successes in this field,” said Justine Figueroa, senior marketing coordinator for awards programs at Ragan Communications.

 

Ragan Communications and PR Daily run 11 national awards programs each year. Judged by globally regarded experts and featuring multiple categories, these programs honor the top work in communications, PR, marketing and media. Ragan’s PR Daily Awards celebrates the teams, organizations and consultants who have redefined the field with their groundbreaking work. As an honorable mention recipient in the program, Furia Rubel joins an elite group of past recipients, including Microsoft, New York Power Authority, Monster, Sling TV, M&M’s and Activision.

 

Furia Rubel was acknowledged for its media relations work on behalf of Laffey, Bucci & Kent following the high-profile litigation sentencing hearing of actor, Bill Cosby. Stewart Ryan was a crucial part of the prosecution team in the conviction of Bill Cosby on charges of sexual assault. After the sentence was handed down and Ryan was free to speak with the media, Furia Rubel secured interviews with on Good Morning America (GMA) where Ryan appeared on a panel with Gloria Allred,  the Associated Press, The New York Times, The Legal Intelligencer, 6ABC, and NBC10. Ryan was further invited by The Philadelphia Inquirer to watch and comment on Dr. Christine Blasey-Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s testimony regarding sexual assault allegations with other experts. The coverage reached more than 700 million people.

 

Furia Rubel received an honorable mention for the press conference the PR agency managed on behalf of Eisenberg Rothweiler Winkler Eisenberg & Jeck, P.C. The firm filed a lawsuit on behalf of a 52-year-old chef who, while trying to park his car, was shot and killed by the police. Announcement of the civil rights lawsuit aired on every nightly news broadcast in Philadelphia that evening. In addition, AP, The New York Times, Washington Post, Fox News, and ABC News picked up the story. The next morning, KYW-AM ran the story seven times. The broadcast coverage alone resulted in 21 stories and a Nielsen audience of nearly one million viewers. Kenneth M. Rothweiler said, “Furia Rubel is a best-in-class public relations agency for law firms. They did a great job assisting with our press conference, which garnered important media coverage for a police-shooting case that should have had people demonstrating in the streets. One thing’s for sure: The press coverage got the attention of key officials in our city and will hopefully bring some answers to the family.”

 

 

Furia Rubel Communications, Inc. is an integrated and strategic law firm marketing, public relations and crisis management agency in the Philadelphia market. The certified woman-owned agency provides strategic planning, marketing, public relations, crisis management, trial publicity, business development, content marketing, and social media services to law firms nationwide. For more information, visit www.furiarubel.com.

 

Ragan Communications operates two of the top news and information sites for the corporate communications and PR industries: Ragan.com and PRDaily.com. Together, these daily news sites attract more than 700,000 global visitors monthly. The Chicago-based company also covers the health care industry at HealthCareCommunication.com. Ragan is the leading provider of conferences and online training for PR, media relations and corporate communications professionals. The company also produces RaganTraining.com and PR Daily’s PR University, the industry’s leading video and online education portals.