Chambers again recognizes Infinite Global for litigation PR

Chambers and Partners has again ranked Infinite Global as a leading provider of litigation public relations and communications services in its annual Chambers Litigation Support guide.

The agency was ranked in Band 2 in the U.S. and moved up to Band 3 in the UK. Infinite Global founder and CEO Jamie Diaferia was ranked individually in Band 3 for the second year.

The comprehensive guide provides in-depth coverage of 10 categories of support services in the U.S., UK, Asia-Pacific and other global regions, serving as a resource for lawyers, GCs and private clients tackling complex disputes. This marked the second year Chambers recognized litigation PR professionals.

This year’s guide highlighted Infinite Global’s work, alongside Reid Collins Tsai, with Kainos Capital co-founder Sarah Brandley in her ownership dispute against the private equity firm and her former colleagues. It also offered specific client feedback on working with Infinite Global.

One client noted to Chambers, “For anyone requiring PR support in the legal industry they are definitely the go-to firm. They have a huge amount of technical knowledge of legal and litigation.”

Another client stated, “I felt like they were committed to me personally and committed to the firm professionally, and that made all the difference.”

Diaferia was recognized as a notable practitioner for his work in providing strategic litigation, crisis and media communications to professional services firms. One client commented, “Diaferia is collaborative, thoughtful and works well as part of a team. He understands how the press think, how lawyers think and he understands the realities of business. He is able to pull all that together to provide good judgement and good counsel.”

Earlier this year, Infinite Global was ranked sixth on O’Dwyer’s 2019 list of PR Firms for Professional Services and, for the seventh consecutive year, was voted the top overall PR firm in the National Law Journal‘s annual “Best Of” awards.