Call Mike Sitrick

Oney, Steve
July 2006
Los Angeles Magazine;Jul2006, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p72
The article profiles public relations consultant and defense lawyer Mike Sitrick. Sitrick is one of the most powerful figures in U.S. media. and one of the high-priced defense lawyer in the country. His crisis management public relations firm Sitrick & Co. has helped shaped some of the country's most important news stories. Sitrick is valued by his clients both for his ability to influence what appears in print and on television.


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