Englander Knabe & Allen

Englander Knabe & Allen combines powerful processes – Strategic Thinking + Solid Fundamental Tactics – into a communications tool that has provided our clients with successful outcomes for more than 40 years.

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40 Years of Business Achievements in

Developing Communications Campaigns

Englander Knabe & Allen is a strategic communications firm specializing in government affairs, communications, litigation support, and issues management. The Los Angeles Business Journal recently named our firm the largest independent public affairs agency in Los Angeles County. Founded in 2005, Englander Knabe & Allen [EKA] provides strategic counsel on a range of issues, with particular focus on, government advocacy, media relations, community relations, reputation and crisis management, litigation support and public affairs.

Most public relations firms hand-off creative work to junior staffers, many with less than five years’ experience; our clients know that only seasoned professionals work on their accounts. Since inception, EKA has taken a different approach to client service. Each of the firm’s partners brings a decade or more of experience and expertise developing campaigns for Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, trade associations, government agencies, educational institutions and nonprofits. Strategy and implementation is provided only by partners, senior vice presidents or vice presidents.

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Case Studies

  • Product Defect Case

    When a Japanese multinational engineering, electrical equipment, and electronics company was sued by a large California utility for $7.6 billion for delivering equipment that ultimately led to the permanent closure of a plant, EKA was retained by the Japanese company to develop a comprehensive communications plan. Three years after the case was filed, our client […]

  • Reputation Expert Witness in Libel and Slander Case

    After a week-long arbitration before a panel of three arbitrators, a Florida physician received a $1,500,000.00 award against healthcare giant OptumRx, a pharmacy benefits management company associated with United Healthcare. The award, which also required Optum Rx to pay all costs associated with the litigation, included a finding that family medicine physician Jose I. Lopez, […]

  • Building Permit Expeditor

    Challenge This project involved a multi-million dollar renovation and conversion of a large office building into s hotel. Englander Knabe & Allen was retained to assist the client in obtaining all the necessary permits required by the City of Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety. During the process of handling the submittals and paperwork, […]

  • Unfair Competition Lawsuit

    Challenge Our client, a national coalition of agricultural growers and producers, found itself confronted by a competitor that had launched a national campaign that misrepresented their product. The competitor’s advertising had caused our client to lose a substantial share of their consumer market. As a result, our client was compelled to file suit in Los […]

  • Los Angeles Police Protective League

    Challenge Eric Rose was retained to help the Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL) – the organization that represents the more than 9,800 rank-and-file members of the Los Angeles Police Department – promote its members’ interests, contain certain crises and defeat measures that would undermine law enforcement. Specifically, the client sought to increase awareness of, […]

  • Los Angeles World Airports

    Challenge For several years, Eric Rose lead the account team that worked for the Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) team, promoting the airport through an aggressive public relations program that targeted the community, elected officials, and the media and industry analysts. After the tragedy of September 11th, Rose lead LAWA’s external proactive media outreach efforts. […]

  • Matrix Oil, City of Whittier

    Santa Barbara based Matrix Oil proposed to drill 50 oil wells on a small part of the Puente Hills Landfill Habitat Preserve in the City of Whittier. The 1290 acre preserve was originally an oil field owned and operated by Chevron and Unocal. Over 500 oil wells operated for about 100 years until the land […]

  • Calmet Services

    Challenge CalMet Services is a waste hauling firm that has been in the southeast cities region for over 40 years. Formerly CalSan and Metropolitan Waste, the two firms merged in the 1990s to form one local family owned and operated company. The cities of Downey and Cerritos were coming up for a contract, and Calmet […]

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