- Posted by Poston Communications
- On June 25, 2020
- Chambers, Chambers and Partners, crisis communications, litigation pr, Poston Communications
Poston Communications is pleased to announce its recognition in the Chambers Litigation Support 2020 Guide, a highly regarded directory of the leading professional services providers, including crisis communications firms, in key markets worldwide.
Poston’s Crisis and Litigation PR department was recognized in the PR & Communications category, among 20 top agencies in the U.S., for its superior crisis work over the past two years. Among this work is the team’s ongoing public relations and communications counsel in the recent Bostock v. Clayton County, Ga. case to Buckley Beal, LLP, an Atlanta litigation law firm, and its client Gerald Bostock, the plaintiff in June’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court case regarding the gay and transgender community’s right to work.
“I was very impressed with their professionalism, their responsiveness and their capabilities. They are forever at the ready,” one Poston client told Chambers researchers in an interview. “They have legal professionals with the qualifications. They have lawyers who understand litigation and the impact it can have on communications.”
Featuring in-depth coverage of 10 categories of support services globally, the annual guide is an invaluable resource for lawyers, general counsel and private clients working through complicated disputes.
“Our team is honored to be recognized as a top provider of litigation PR,” says Poston Communications’ CEO Dave Poston. “Communicating effectively in the court of public opinion has far-reaching effects that can have a lasting impact on society, as seen in the case of Gerald Bostock, and we’re grateful for the opportunity to use our expertise to advocate for worthy causes.”
The complete 2020 Chambers Litigation Support Guide is available here.