Join us in Honor of John Catsimatidis New York's Next Mayor

Please Join Cheryl & Brad Gerstman, Heather and David Schwartz for a party in honor of a great New Yorker and our dear friend John Catsimatidis, the next Mayor of the City of New York.

  • When: Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013
  • Time: 6:00pm to 8:00pm
  • Where: Loi, 208 West 70th Street New York, NY 10023

If you desire to make a donation, please make checks payable to: “Catsimatidis 2013”

However, our only desire is for you to attend this event and meet our good friend, John Catsimatidis.

For more information, please contact us at (516) 880-8170

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LIBN: Gotham Government Relations Opens NYC office

From Long Island Business News:

The lobbying and communications firm headed by founding partners Bradley Gerstman and David Schwartz has set up a location at 225 Broadway, Suite 630, in Manhattan.

Brad Gerstman“We have seen an explosion of demand for our services within the New York City area and beyond,” Gerstman said. “The New York City office is a profound example of our continued commitment and achievements for our clients”.

-Founding Partner Brad Gerstman


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Schwartz: Chris Brown Cannot Sue ‘The Onion’ Over Angry Diss Article

From Hollywood Life by Bonnie Fuller:

Chris may be angry about the harsh article written about him by ‘The Onion,’ but a noted attorney tells exclusively that the R&B star doesn’t have any legal options to combat it! Read on for all the details.

A harsh slam of Chris Brown‘s violent history appeared on The Onion on Dec. 6, criticizing his past behavior and Rihanna‘s recent decision to take the singer back. While the article probably felt like a major blow to Chris, an attorney tells us that the singer doesn’t have a defamation case on his hands.

Attorney David Schwartz, who does not represent Chris, spoke with exclusively about whether Chris could seek legal action against The Onion for defamation of character. He told us, “Anyone can sue for defamation, but the question is would Chris Brown prevail in a defamation suit. He would not because it’s a newspaper offering an opinion based in comedy.”

David further clarified, “These are not statements asserting a fact and are covered under the first amendment and not subject to defamation.”

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Join us for a Reception with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

Please join Cheryl & Brad Gerstman, Heather & David Schwartz for a reception with United States Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Thursday October 25th, from 5:30pm to 7:00pm at the home of Brad and Cheryl Gerstman.

With questions, please contact Val Delp at 202.546.2010 or

For complete info and registration follow this link.

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