Arthur has extensive experience in developing reputation management campaigns and providing litigation support services for legal and corporate clients, as well as HNWIs.
He focuses on raising the profile of national and international clients, providing a considered and dynamic approach to their communication through strategic international PR campaigns.
Through his contacts at national and international broadcasters, newswires and broadsheet newspapers, Arthur enhances his clients’ reputations through regular positive media coverage, as well as identifying and consistently securing article placements in the niche, industry-specific publications read by target audiences.
Arthur is ranked in Chambers for Litigation PR and Communications, with the Guide recognising that “corporate, legal and high net worth clients value his media savvy and shrewd judgement.” One source comments that “Arthur is very tenacious and very skilful in his sifting of material and perceptive working out of what is required for the client, putting it into a form for the legal team.” Another states that “he digests large amounts of material very quickly and is meticulous in identifying points of strategic interest.” He has been further praised by sources for having “a really good eye for detail” and is described as “calm, collected and carries on.”
Arthur is highly confident with clients and provides excellent strategic advice. He often takes a bold approach to journalists and issues management to achieve outstanding results for clients. Clients praise his commitment and attention to detail, as well as his strategic thinking.
Increasingly our Litigation Support work requires detailed analysis and investigation for clients and Arthur leads these projects.
He also has experience in optimising litigation clients’ digital footprints, ensuring that inaccurate or defamatory content is either removed by the publisher and search engines, or, if this approach is unavailable, implementing reputation management campaigns to ensure clients’ stakeholder audiences hear the right narratives.