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Should you cite third parties in press releases?

Posted on: Mar 25, 2013

Some of our users at Law Firm Newswire have recently asked about citing third parties. Is it a good idea? Sometimes.

If your press release is about a case you are involved in and a third party source backs up your claim, this could be appropriate. For example, if you have representing a client that was injured at a dangerous intersection, you could link to a story written by a local newspaper that talks about the dangers of that intersection.

However, you should avoid linking to competing law firms or other businesses that are not related to your press release.

If a third party substantiates your claim, feel free to link to them in your press release.

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