Infinite Global has been recognized by Chambers and Partners in the inaugural edition of its “Chambers Litigation Support” guide. The communications agency was ranked in Band 2 in the U.S. and Band 4 in the U.K. for PR & Communications, and its founder and CEO Jamie Diaferia was individually ranked in Band 3.
The comprehensive guide within the Chambers Professional Advisers series features the leading professional services providers in the U.S. and U.K. litigation markets. This marked the first year Chambers recognized litigation PR professionals.
Chambers highlighted Infinite Global’s work advising Keker Van Nest & Peters in its representation of the County of Santa Clara in securing a nationwide preliminary injunction against an executive order by President Trump to deny federal funds to “sanctuary cities.”
The guide quotes an Infinite Global client who stated: “They are a fantastic PR company. Our cases are large, and judges are concerned about public opinion skewing cases. Infinite Global are sensitive to this and have an excellent relationship with the lawyers. A fantastic team.”
Chambers also recognized Diaferia’s excellence in litigation and crisis communications strategies over the last 20 years, advising law, consulting and financial services firms, as well as corporations and individuals. The guide states, “Commentators praise Jamie for having ‘a knack and instinct that’s hard to define, but that great PR guys have,’ and for being ‘knowledgeable, responsive and having great judgement.'”
Infinite Global was recently ranked sixth on O’Dwyer’s Annual Rankings for firms that specialize in professional services and was awarded the bronze medal in the 2018 Bulldog PR Awards’ “Best Business to Business Campaign” category for its successful media campaign on behalf of law firm McKool Smith.