DLPR Launches Crisis Communications & Issues Management Practice

NEW YORK; April 5, 2019 — Over the last 15 years, Dukas Linden Public Relations (DLPR) has successfully guided many companies and prominent individuals through critical situations such as bankruptcy and restructuring, M&A, investor activism, financial performance issues, complex litigation, regulatory enforcement, HR issues, management transitions, and a myriad of other sensitive matters.

Now DLPR is bringing its expertise to organizations beyond its existing clientele.

“In an age when a transaction, a business or a reputation can be destroyed in the blink of an eye, it’s more important than ever to have a team of wise and experienced veterans on call to guide you to the other side,” says Richard Dukas, chairman and CEO of DLPR.

Senior managing director Ed Nebb and senior vice president Tom Vogel will co-head the practice with Richard Mahony acting as a senior adviser and all three reporting directly to DLPR president Seth Linden.  

Altogether, the four have more than 90 years of experience advising C-suite executives and other high profile individuals at public and private companies across the U.S. as well as Europe, Asia and Latin America on the creation and execution of crisis communications and issues management strategies.

You can learn more about DLPR’s Crisis Communications & Issues Management practice by clicking here or reaching out to us directly at info@dlpr.com.

Founded in 2002, Dukas Linden Public Relations is among the ten largest PR agencies with a specialization in finance. Its clients include well-known, large and middle-market companies in key areas of finance, asset management and professional services. The agency’s full suite of communications services includes: media relations; comprehensive messaging; content development, including editorial and broadcast; crisis and special situations communications; investor communications; social media and online reputation management; internal communications, and speakers’ bureau and conference support.


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