Previous ed. has subtitle: Winning your case with public relations.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 295-299) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Welcome to the hotseat: this is litigation PR All cases are public: why communication is now essential to most legal disputes The rules of media procedure, and how to use them Stepping into high-profile litigation The litigation media checklist Lawyers, clients, and public relations professionals: how we can work together Building your message ... and the credibility of your case The plaintiff's perspective: ensuring your case has "staying power" When your case comes to court: managing the media frenzy at the courthouse Litigation communications and privilege Navigating cyberspace: social media and other internet-based technologies Profiles in the court of public opinion.
KF390.5.P8 H34 2009
Chicago, IL : American Bar Association,