By Steven Labovitz The cityscape, culture, and even color of our bustling city in the forest is changing faster these days than most people’s socks. Everywhere in Atlanta massive, new structures are going up as older, crumbling ones are razed. […]
By Eric Tanenblatt Editor’s Note: This commentary originally ran in the Atlanta-Journal Constitution Those of us who called Atlanta home in 1990 — when the world’s great cities openly mocked our bid to host the Centennial Olympic Games as a threadbare […]
By Eric Tanenblatt, Rick Jackson Ed. Note: This article originally ran at the Huffington Post As the rain fell and the flood waters rose, those safe from the devastation that racked coastal Texas watched in disbelief as displaced mothers were forced […]
Dentons, the global law firm, today announces expansion of the Firm’s nationally ranked Public Policy team in Atlanta with the addition of Elmer Stancil and Robert Sills. Stancil, who joins as a senior managing director, moves from Georgia’s State […]
By Eric Tanenblatt The world came to know Atlanta at the height of the civil rights struggle as “the city too busy to hate.” Now, in spite of vigorous efforts by civic and political leaders to remedy the constellation of […]
Largest global law firm taps veteran government affairs strategist to lead public policy practice Dentons, the global law firm, announced today that Eric Tanenblatt, a former chief of staff to then-Governor Sonny Perdue who served in three presidential administrations, has […]
Dentons, the global law firm, today announced that Sharon Gay has been named managing partner of the Firm’s Atlanta office. Combining an extensive background in public service and her private law practice, Gay has played an instrumental role in the […]
For the commute-weary driver, autonomous technology represents a sexy splurge, but for fleet operations, full autonomy represents the singular business imperative of the 21st century.
By Eric Tanenblatt Ed. Note: This item was originally published in The Hill. As the Philadelphia Convention of 1787 lurched to a close after months of grueling debate, history holds that a woman approached Benjamin Franklin to ask whether the […]
Voters in Georgia “Post the Peach” voting stickers for many reasons. We should consider two easy measures that would allow voters to show even more pride when they vote in the next elections.