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In the Court of Public Opinion: Strategies for Litigation Communications - James F. Haggerty


This book is your essential guide to understanding how public relations during lawsuits should be handled with the same seriousness and care as any other aspect of the case. Whether you're a lawyer at



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In the Court of Public Opinion: Strategies for Litigation Communications - James F. Haggerty


This book is your essential guide to understanding how public relations during lawsuits should be handled with the same seriousness and care as any other aspect of the case. Whether you're a lawyer at