When international criminal tribunals deal with accusations of crimes against humanity, media scrutiny is ferocious and reputations fragile.
Michele DeStefano of University of Miami on why communications and law are becoming yin and yang professions
A professional who ‘defies categorization’, Michele DeStefano is a highly ranked ‘Legal Rebel’ who researches and writes about the growing intersections between law, business, and legal innovation.
With lawyers underwhelmed by litigation evidence, Nick Bortman co-founded Raedas, a corporate investigations consultancy purely focused on contentious work.
What exactly are McMafia laws and what does it have to do with Mrs Hajiyeva spending £16 million in Harrods?
In 2014 when film, The Interview, about the assassination of North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un went from being a harmless spoof to the cause of a mass cyber-attack on Sony Pictures, Jonathan Pearl was Sony’s General Counsel in the USA.
In an age of fake news, ‘black PR campaigns’ and ‘anti-immigration propaganda’, communications expertise is ‘pivotal’ for success, immigration solicitor Elena Tsirlina advises.
From A-listers Naomi Campbell to Sir Cliff Richard, lawyer Gideon Benaim gives Montfort the inside story of what makes communications and legal expertise a ‘fundamental’ partnership in protecting the reputation of his many and varied high-profile clients.
In a world of unforgiving global news, a win in court is no longer enough to protect clients from a reputation nosedive.