September 5, 2013 (PDF) Corporate restructuring and public affairs strategies firm Gavin/Solmonese (www.gavinsolmonese.com) announced today that it is the recipient of Turnaround Management Association’s (TMA) 2013 Turnaround and Transaction of the Year Award in the small company category.
August 27, 2013 (PDF) Corporate restructuring and public affairs strategies firm Gavin/Solmonese announced today that it has hired Stephen Kunkel as Managing Director and Adam Kaplan as a Consultant in the firm’s newly opened Chicago office.
May 24, 2013 (PDF) Corporate restructuring and public affairs strategies firm Gavin/Solmonese has announced that Wayne P. Weitz has been promoted to Managing Director.
May 8, 2013 (PDF) Turnaround expert Ted Gavin teams up with bankruptcy industry professionals to co-author restructuring guide book
January 15, 2013 (PDF) Corporate restructuring and public affairs strategies firm Gavin/Solmonese (www.gavinsolmonese.com) has expanded its team with the addition of turnaround expert Timothy G. Skillman as a Managing Director in its Los Angeles office.
November 27, 2012 (PDF) Gavin/Solmonese LLC, one of the nation’s leading corporate financial advisory and public affairs consulting firms, is pleased to announce that the Velvet Foundation, the non-profit organization behind the National LGBT Museum in Washington, DC, is the beneficiary of the newly established Oliver-Grayson Holding Company, Benefit LLC (“Oliver-Grayson”).
November 13, 2012 (PDF) Americans place a great deal of value on the relationship companies have with the world around them and their position on social issues, according to the just-released Gavin/Solmonese Social Issues Engagement Index.
October 25, 2012 (PDF) Gavin/Solmonese Managing Partners Ted Gavin, CTP, and Joe Solmonese, announced today that their firm has expanded its Wilmington, DE, offices, and has launched a new website, www.gavinsolmonese.com.
September 4-6, 2012 (PDF) Obama Re–Election Campaign Co–Chair and Former Human Rights Campaign President Joe Solmonese available to discuss the intersection of Corporate America and public policy issues in the 2012 election cycle