Crisis Litigation: You Can’t Just Tell Your Story in Court

To the extent that there ever was true separation between events in court and the world outside, those presumed walls have been largely torn down. The Internet and, in particular, blogs have rendered the old notion of keeping courtroom information “out of the papers” seem rather quaint. In just the past five years or so, newspapers and television have, perforce, relinquished their role in determining what news emerges or does not emerge during corporate litigation. The dozen or so bloggers who follow your industry are the ones who will uncover the details and put them out there for the world to see. “They’re the ones feeding the mainstream media,” says Charles L.

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