Voxia communication has partnered with several specialists to produce a white paper on Litigation PR. Every last Friday of the month, for 12 months, we send a newsletter with an excerpt from the book, covering each time one aspect of PR Litigation. The purpose of these 12 chapters is to make attorneys, corporate lawyers and advisers aware of the need in the resolution of many conflicts of a planned communication, in support of the legal action itself.
The field of Litigation PR, defined as the management of the communication process during a legal dispute in order to influence its outcome or its impact on the reputation of a client, is experiencing significant growth. For a long time, Litigation PR has been the preserve of Anglo-Saxon jurisdictions because of their particular dispute […]
“Who steals my purse steals trash; ’tis something, nothing;… But he that filches from me my good name Robs me of that which not enriches him, And makes me poor indeed.” – from Othello by William Shakespeare – The objective of every trial is the pursuit of justice. Regardless of whether that objective […]
The risk of media coverage Which cases are likely to arouse public and media interest and require a specific communications strategy? Some cases take on a public dimension because of the specific characteristics of the parties involved, others because of their nature or presumed impact. In the first category, disputes can be classified in particular […]
There is a general impression that it is easy to interact with the media. Given that in our everyday lives, we are continually conveying messages, why would communicating with a journalist be any different or more difficult? While, of course, having a certain facility with words is an advantage, it would be presumptuous to believe […]
Despite their general belief that they can form objective judgments independently, individuals are in fact strongly influenced by others. 1 Particularly in judicial proceedings, the media, as the primary source of information for the public to form an opinion, are a major vector of influence. 2 It is therefore essential to control as far as […]
We develop and implement purposeful communication and reputation management strategies for companies, HNWI (high net worth individuals, entrepreneurs), board members, institutions and associations in crisis situations, disputes and during court proceedings.
While public interest in (legal) disputes is increasing, we promote the arguments of our clients in the court of public opinion and support you with the following services:
Our seasoned team of traditional and digital PR specialists deploys all reputation management campaigns both off- and online in order to maximize their impact.