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February 04, 2005

P.R. exec to head ATLA

The trial lawyers' association, which likes to blame its every setback in public controversy on its opponents' alleged use of the dark arts of public relations, has hired as its new CEO Jon Haber, a senior exec with the Washington P.R. firm of Fleishman-Hillard. Haber's also spent a longstanding political career with several presidential campaigns and on the staffs of Sens. Kennedy, Leahy and Feinstein.

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