Crisis & Litigation Communications

Litigation & Disputes: Reputation Management

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Strategic Communications – our approach and services

Our specialist team helps companies prepare and manage communications plans to protect and manage a company’s reputation during any kind of litigation process. Our experts have been involved in high-profile cases before all major international courts and dispute-settlement bodies. In politically-sensitive cases our public affairs professionals can generate external / international pressure to find an amicable settlement by mobilising key governments and international organisations. Traditional and social media often plays a vital role during the course of litigation and how a case is ultimately resolved. Whether it is managing a reputation during a high profile case or working to generate interest to win over the Court of Public Opinion, a well thought out and well-executed communications plan can make all the difference.

As one of the world’s largest Strategic Communications companies, FTI Consulting’s Litigation Communications team combines media and social media relations with specialist legal and industry sector expertise. The team comprises communications experts, former journalists and lawyers, and has been employed by both the lawyers representing companies or individuals, as well as the litigants themselves.

Our Services Include:

  • Message Development
  • Development of media strategy
  • Development of supporting materials
  • Media training
  • Media relations
  • Social media monitoring and engagement
  • Courtroom monitoring
  • Co-ordination of third party allies
  • Public affairs and diplomatic advice
  • Press office support

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