Experts in crisis management and litigation public relations, TGPR has most recently provided counsel to a produce company involved in a high profile E. coli poisoning case; ongoing Canadian and U.S. union issues surrounding international entertainment companies; a myriad of negative television coverage concerning a automotive company; and a false advertising claim made by the FDA regarding a diet product. Other projects include:
- providing a year and a half of communications counsel to the Santa Barbara District Attorney trying the Michael Jackson molestation case, the highest profile court case to date. More than 1,500 reporters covered the case, camping out in Santa Barbara for months.
- Susan Tellem, who leads the crisis management team, was responsible for credentialing more than 3,000 reporters during the Pope’s visit to Los Angeles during the late 1980s.
- counsel for the worldwide announcement of the first baby born in the world as a result of in-vivo technology.
- overseeing the highly successful crisis management effort surrounding the first federal indictment and conviction of a U.S. hospital chain.
- spearheading a two-year media relations program during a highly visible legal battle between her client and one of the country’s leading HMOs.
- providing counsel during a highly publicized sexual harassment lawsuit against one of the world’s largest entertainment companies; and overseeing the crisis program surrounding alleged prescription abuse between physicians and an international celebrity.
We have extensive experience in food related, pharmaceutical and corporate crises and work closely with a number of law firms throughout the country assisting attorneys in preparing statements and message points, media training and preparing other documents on behalf of their clients in crisis. Oftentimes, we are the interface between reporters and law firm clients.
For more information, contact Susan Tellem at 310-313-3444.