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The MHI team are working as normal during the global pandemic and can be contacted by email or mobile.

  • Jack Irvine:+44 (0) 7860 457456
  • Ramsay Smith: + 44 (0) 7788 414856
  • Gary McQueen:+ 44 (0) 7834 694609
  • Lorna Gardner: + 44 (0) 7813 193618
  • Ibrahim Khalil:+ 44 (0) 7943 759 042
  • Caroline Middleton Gordon: + 44 (0) 7759 258844
  • Rebecca Durnin: + 44 (0) 7801 821556
  • Felix Arbenz-Caines:+ 44 (0) 7979 046 378
  • Kristine Baekgaard:+ 44 (0) 7367 616211

Litigation Support

Multidisciplinary crisis management support for clients

Many professionals, be it lawyers, accountants or PR practitioners find it difficult to “share” a client. From the early days of our business we recognised that there are many nuances to most corporate problems and for the client to achieve a suitable outcome a multi-disciplinary approach is often desirable.

As crisis management specialists, Media House International provide litigation support to both high profile and more discrete litigation cases, advising our clients and their legal teams on how the details of their case will play out with key stakeholders and the media. During such times, a cool head and experience are crucial – not just to avoid the predictable pitfalls but also to identify the potential opportunities.

The wise lawyer will always have one eye on media repercussions for his client and we are fortunate to work with some of the wisest both here in the UK, USA and Caribbean. Indeed these very lawyers prefer to bring Media House International into a case at the preliminary stages to ensure strategic continuity and a succession of successful outcomes over the past two decades underlines the wisdom of this approach.

Successful outcomes involving robust “legal-media” strategies include hedge fund fraud, large scale insurance litigation, the murder of a professional service firm’s client and extortion of a high net worth individual.

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