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December 07, 2004

P.R. by Fenton

Fenton Communications, the pre-eminent public relations agency for lefty causes, also has a lot of experience doing p.r. for trial lawyers and their allies. Notably, it's represented breast implant lawyer John O'Quinn and the Environmental Working Group, and its client list has also included Lerach Coughlin, Lieff Cabraser, Public Citizen, and so on. Over the years Fenton has come in for very tough criticism from conservative groups and others; the latest is this profile (PDF) from the Capital Research Center.

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