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Legal fallout from the hit Netflix series ‘Tiger King’ continues and once again the New York Times (NYT) has reached out to Tulsa lawyer James Wirth of the Wirth Law Office for a May 20, 2021 article. Wirth was quoted in a previous Nov. 20, 2020 New York Times article in reference to a civil complaint filed by the U.S. Department of Justice into Jeffrey Lowe and his wife and the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park in Wynnewood, Ok.
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The May 20, 2021 NYT article focuses on federal authorities confiscating 69 big cats from Lowe and his wife at their new park in Thackerville, OK., known as Tiger King Park. The New York Times writer once again reached out to Wirth, seeking comment in regards to the Lowes, but this time to no avail.
While Mr. Wirth did not respond to the New York Times on this occasion, the situation does highlight the importance of sound legal representation and effective media management. Although Mr. Wirth frequently talks to media outlets on behalf of clients or to explain general matters of law in the public interest, the New York Times noted that he declined to comment the second time they called about Mr. Lowe’s legal troubles. Wirth Law Office appreciates the exposure, and our clients’ trust, even when our only comment on clients behalf must be “no comment.”
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