The attorneys at Cohne Rappaport & Segal address complicated and sometimes volatile issues with poise, tact and inteligence. Cohne Rappaport & Segal's in-depth informed analysis of legal issues is not unlike the news analysis of the PBS program the firm underwrites, Washington Week.
Cohne Rappaport & Segal has a record of continuity known to their clients and to KUED. Cohne Rappaport & Segal has consistently supported public broadcasting at KUED and has underwritten Washington Week for nearly 15 years. In fact, Cohne Rappaport & Segal was the first law firm to become a sponsor of KUED more than a generation ago.
Founded in 1975 by Bruce Cohne, Richard Rappaport and Roger Segal, the Salt Lake City-based firm has grown to a team of 20 attorneys. The services they provide encompass real estate law, family law, general civil litigation, business development and securities law, wills and estates, white-collar criminal defense and bankruptcy. Cohne Rappaport & Segal is large enough to handle the legals needs of large corporations but small enough to remember the importance of individual clients. The attorneys at CRS know that client satisfaction is critical and the firm strives to represent its clients with excellence and enthusiasm.
Cohne Rappaport & Segal believes that public television is unique and important because it offers in-depth coverage and independent views of news and events. "Even with the proliferation of news programs available on cable TV, Washington Week is still one of the most valuable television news programs," says co-founder Richard Rappaport. "It offers an intelligent, civil discussion of differing views on important topics." Cohne Rappaport & Segal is proud to sponsor Washington Week and the news and public affairs programming offered by KUED-Channel 7, for the benefits they offer to the firm's clients and our community.
Cohne Rappaport & Segal proudly supports the following program(s) and/or projects on KUED:
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