Reputation & Crisis ManagementServices
DEFENDING THOSE IN CRISIS
FIGHTING CANCEL CULTURE
Defending your reputation is important:
We take a Collaborative Approach.
In the past, we have served as student advisors in Title IX hearings, defense attorneys for criminal prosecutions and employment lawyers handling severance negotiations when careers are threatened. All of these proceedings that threaten the reputations, careers and liberty of our accused clients require diplomacy and precision. In these cases, our Reputation Management attorneys work together with a team of criminal, education and employment lawyers to mount an offensive to preserve the reputation of our clients. We first try to cooperate with the employer to resolve the issues. If that can’t be done, we often send a strongly worded cease and desist letter. Other times, we file defamation actions in state and federal courts. When we file suit, we ask that the court provide both injunctive and monetary relief. In some situations, we ask the perpetrators of defamatory remarks to post apologies on sites where our clients were defamed.
How We Can Help
Strategic Crisis Navigation Guidance
Cease & Desist Letters
Filing Defamation Actions
Message Development & Delivery
Media Strategy & Media Relations
Media Training & Interview Prep
Reputation Repair Planning & Guidance
Other Top Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
What does a reputation management firm do?
Is it possible to repair my reputation?
How do I protect my reputation?
Should I respond to inflammatory, false or accusatory posts on social media?
Someone is tagging my school, employer, athletic team, etc. in posts accusing me of wrongdoing. What should I do?
Can posts and/or tags be removed?
What about Instagram stories, Snapchat videos, or YouTube videos?
What else can I do besides reporting posts or requesting they be removed?
Is a public apology enough to repair my reputation?
What is a cease and desist letter?
What if the person does not stop despite repeated requests to do so?
Can I sue?
We’re Here to protect your reputation:
Get in touch with us about your reputation management needs
How people perceive you is not something to play around with. Let our Reputation Management team work with you to mount an offensive to preserve your reputation and defend you against defamatory accusations.
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