Levick Weekly - January 4, 2013: The Newtown Tragedy & Camera Chasing At Its Worst


In This Issue:

- Global Regulatory Cooperation

- Infographics Are The New Soundbites: A Look At Hydraulic Fracturing

- The Newtown Tragedy & Camera-Chasing At Its Worst

- Why Netflix Shouldn’t Back Down

- The SEC Gets Its Groove Back

- Blogs Worth Following

- Levick In The News

- Excerpt from Infographics Are The New Soundbites; A Look At Hydraulic Fracturing:

The courtroom is a forum where issue advocacy is enhanced by persuasive litigation graphics. However, other settings exist where attorneys, consultants, politicians, lobbyists and advocacy organizations must persuade skeptical audiences.

This article focuses on the creation of advocacy graphics for a particular issue: hydraulic fracturing, better known as fracking. Advocacy or lobbying graphics are especially valuable as the material may be used to educate a potential jury pool, to persuade and inform government officials and to support settlement negotiations...

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Topics:  Advertising, Blogs, Fracking, Marketing, Netflix, Sandy Hook, School Shootings, SEC, Wells Notice

Published In: Communications & Media Updates, Energy & Utilities Updates, Securities Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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