Claims and strategies in media law
Preliminary injunctions, legal threatening letters, press law:
Many press spokespersons and heads of communications consider this to be "forbidden devil's stuff".
Under no circumstances is such a thing considered, because it disturbs their nice relationship to the editors and journalists. CEOs who are annoyed by media reports often take a different view.
They want to show that they can also defend themselves. Both positions have something for themselves. If you're too nice and let yourself be pushed around, you won't get far.
But those who constantly harass journalists with temporary injunctions or criminal charges are in danger. He has to reckon with the media taking revenge one day. […]