Gutman represented a wide variety of clients during his 25-year career, including acting Secretary of State Lawrence Eagleburger and many states attorney generals in suits against Microsoft Corporation. Gutman also once represented Susan Rosenberg, a former member of the Weather Underground
According to OpenSecrets.org, in 2008, Gutman was part of the Obama National Finance Committee and later a trustee on the Presidential Inauguration Committee. Gutman and his wife, Michelle Loewinger, have contributed at least $86,150 to Democratic candidates, parties and committees since 1989. Gutman contributed the legal maximum of $2300 to Bill Clintons presidential bid. Both he and his wife contributed the legal maximum of $4600 a piece to Obamas presidential run. Gutman bundled at least half a million for Obamas campaign committee and another $275,000 for his inauguration.
Among the media work Gutman performed during the 2008 U.S. presidential campaign, Gutman was a frequent contributor to Fox News. On one appearance, in September 2008, on the Laura Ingraham radio show, when asked whether the media was being unduly harsh on Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, because she was a woman, Gutman said,
This has nothing to do with gender, whether Todd Palin was the nominee or Sarah Palin was the nominee. If my daughter had just come home at 17 years old and said, Mom, Dad, Im pregnant, we have a family problem, I wouldnt say, You know what were going to do? Were going to take this private family problem...and you know what Im going to do? Im going to go on the international stage and broadcast this to the world.
This wasnt a working mother issue, this was a parent issue.
Be fun to see this guy’s medical records——his behavior seems risky?