Our aim is simple: regardless of its locale, when a crisis occurs or conflicting interests develop, CLCA clients will benefit from the know-how of our individual member firms acting together to provide seamless and timely communications counsel in times of difficulty or dispute.
The CLCA is pleased to welcome Australia’s premier provider of crisis and litigation communications - “Australian Public Affairs” (APA) - as a new member bringing a wealth of experience in this new southern hemisphere market for the alliance. For further information click here
The CLCA is delighted to welcome Marcus & Art as a new member firm in the Czech Republic and Slovakia and HuijskensBickerton becomes a member in the Netherlands For further information click here
We asked three CLCA member firms to give their top 3 predictions of where they see workflow arising in 2018 and here is what they have to say: Read more
The Crisis & Litigation Communicators’ Alliance (CLCA) is pleased to announce that Professor Dr Patrick Krauskopf of Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) and the CLCA have signed an Academic Partnership Agreement.For further information click here