Posts Tagged ‘Litigation Public Relations’

What Blackberry Is Doing Right (So Far…)

October 27th, 2011

The last Blog Aesthetic post talked about the recent RIM missteps around the Blackberry.  Today’s blog post could continue that theme and examine the PR effect of the delayed/much-needed OS update for …

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Blackberry BBX = (B)are (B)ones E(X)cuse

October 21st, 2011

In litigation PR, it’s critical to have a holding statement ready to go if when lawsuits are filed against your company or client.  ”We are reviewing the allegations … We …

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Dan Snyder’s Litigation PR Strategy Hits Dead End

September 10th, 2011

Chalk up an amazing victory for great media aesthetic!  Dan Snyder, owner of the Washington Redskins, has dismissed his lawsuit against Washington City Paper, the alternative weekly news publication in …

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Good PR Can Help Prevent a Lawsuit

September 1st, 2011

Ah, good old PR… whipping boy and enfant terrible all in one.  Our industry was recently ranked tenth in terms of being least respected.  Of course, the preferred spin is …

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Corporate and Litigation PR Must Sing in Tune

April 8th, 2011

Anyone who doubts high-stakes lawsuits require smart litigation PR should ready our post today, where we (continue to) deconstruct the awful media narrative of the music industry self-immolating on its …

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Stay for the Credits – They’re Better than the Feature!

December 20th, 2010

Since the dawn of the first (and now annoying) chime of “you’ve got mail,” content copyright battles between mom-and-pops and mega-behemoth titans rage on predictably.  More often than not, the …

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Litigation PR: Lindsay Lawsuit Is the Best Press Possible for E*TRADE

March 9th, 2010

“Never interrupt your enemy when [she] is making a mistake.” – Napoleon Bonaparte “Bizarre Media Aesthetic” seems a more appropriate category than “Litigation Public Relations” for this blog article: today …

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