MCB Communications

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MCB Communications is the Needham, Massachusetts-based public relations company that assisted Alaska Governor Sarah Palin in her rise to political prominence in 2007-2008. Marcia Brier is the principal of MCB Communications.[1]

MCB Communications's past clients have included:

  • Eric MacLeish from Greenberg Traurig, the law firm that represented victims of the Catholic Church sexual abuse scandal;
  • Kirkpatrick and Lockhart who represented Prince Bader Al Saud, the Saudi Arabian Prince whose plea bargain in the drunk driving death of a pedestrian resulted in a one-year sentence in the Edgartown House of Corrections;
  • Brian Ferguson of McDermott Will & Emery who gained national prominence for his comments on the Blackberry v. NTP case; and * the team from Kirkpatrick Lockhart Nicholson & Graham representing Integra in the United States Supreme Court case against Merck.[2]

Additional staff at MCB Communications are Diane B. Piper and Lynn Asinof.

Contact Details

MCB Communications
66 George Aggott Road
Needham, MA 02492
Phone: 781-449-5065
Fax: 781-449-8141 (Substitute and "@" sign for the "AT")

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Related SourceWatch Articles


  1. Kimberly Kindy, "PR Consultant Helped Palin Grab Spotlight", Washington Post, October 10, 2008.
  2. MCB Communications, MCB Communications website, accessed October 10, 2008

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