Why Attorneys Need to Learn to Talk to the Media

Why Attorneys Need to Learn to Talk to the Media

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There should be no ethical or professional reason why any attorney doesn't have the right — or even the professional obligation — to correct the record when a client has been inaccurately attacked in the media. Rebutting distortions with facts in the media should never be an ethical issue or offensive to any judge who questions why an attorney is quoted in the media, so long as the words are factual, and the purpose is to correct the record. In this interactive session, learn practical tips for dealing with publicity strategically to aid your client.

Lanny Davis, Esq., Co-Founder and Partner at Davis, Goldberg, Galper PLLC; Co-Founder and Partner at Trident DMG

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