The old cliché about publicity is that any kind, even bad publicity, is a good thing. Like many old clichés, this one deserves to be relegated to that place where old clichés go when they are tired and worn out.
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The old adage that you should act or speak as if the New York Times is quoting you is never more true than in an age of social media?
While in most situations, that advice goes a bit far, but it doesn’t go too far in one important area: Law firms should write internal memos as if they could be on the lead page of Above the Law, today or another news outlet tomorrow.