Levick Monthly - November 2013: Why Transcanada Is Losing The Pipeline Debate

In This Issue:

- COVER STORY: Why Transcanada Is Losing the Pipeline Debate

- CRISIS & REPUTATION: BYOD: Employees Mobile Devices Pose a Serious Risk

- CORPORATE: Veterans and the Great Information Shortfall

- DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT: How YouTube Inspired a Generation of DIY Makers

- PUBLIC AFFAIRS: Emotion & Web Will Win the GMO Debate

- FINANCIALS: Proxy Contests On the Rise: Activists Emboldened by Success

- Excerpt from COVER STORY: Why Transcanada Is Losing the Pipeline Debate:

Two hundred years ago, Thomas Jefferson argued that America’s marketplace of ideas could tolerate “error of opinion,” so long as “reason is left free to combat it.” Here in 2013, in the era of social media, America’s energy industry – and TransCanada in particular – is learning that the age-old battle between opinion and reason is no longer a fair fight.

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Topics:  Bring Your Own Device, Canada, Employer Liability Issues, Energy, GMO, Mobile Devices, Natural Gas, Oil & Gas, Pipelines, TransCanada, Veterans, YouTube

Published In: Communications & Media Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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