How Did The NFL Get This So Wrong?
Recent high-profile product liability lawsuits against automotive manufacturers have captured national attention. These cases have led to a renewed and heightened focus on automotive safety and, specifically, the guidelines...more
Last week, we covered the fundamentals of how reputational risk can impact a company. More companies are crafting strategies to handle this level of brand management by incorporating a more public focus on ethics and...more
Take it Seriously. A week ago, when asked about the “elephant in the room,” New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady replied before 4,000 cheering and laughing Patriots fans “Where? When I digest it fully, I’ll be sure to...more
Since the beginning of April, Blue Bell has been making headlines, and not for a new flavor of ice cream. The Texas-based ice cream giant decided to recall all products from store shelves following a listeria outbreak....more
Take your cue from two leading ladies of television – Olivia Pope (Scandal) and Liz Garvey (Babylon). In a world of instantaneous communication and open access to information, Liv and Liz are masters of crisis management....more
In the digital age, news—good and bad—travels fast. So can its effect on your corporate image and success. From data breaches to innocent and vicious leaks, a corporate crisis can engulf your business in an unforgiving news...more
Members of the Lead Director Network (LDN) met in New York City on November 13, 2014, to discuss crisis management and cybersecurity. Dan McGinn, a communications expert with more than three decades of experience advising...more
Polsinelli presents Crisis Management: a multi-part series (culminating in a webinar on 11.20.2014) on what companies must know to stay ahead of external interruption that risks serious impact to their business concerns....more
Sept. 23, 2014 (Mimesis Law) -- Patrick Tully, former crisis management professional, talks with Steve Olenick and Lee Pacchia about the current rash of public relations miscues by NFL management.
In This Issue:
- Your Grandmother Doesn’t Work for Free: Volunteer and Intern Positions Under Closer Scrutiny
- Excessive Celebration – Penalty Declined
- Four Crisis Management Lessons from the...more
We live in a world full of high-stakes, high-profile corporate crises – environmental disasters, product liability issues, data breaches and government investigations, to name a few. No company is immune. Therefore, advance...more
Irrespective of the size of a company, whether for-profit or non-profit, being able to respond to crisis situations quickly and effectively is important. Indeed, the welfare of an organization’s employees and protection of...more
What's the one thing missing from most corporate compliance programs?
For a legal perspective, that's the question we put to corporate attorneys writing on JD Supra, asking each to commit to just one essential element...more
Activists. You’ve heard of them. A lot. And, as a board member of a public company you should be wondering to yourself: will they ring our bell? And if they ring, do we answer? And if we answer, what do we say?...more
The King & Spalding Energy Forum on Crisis Management took place in Houston on March 28, 2013, and was broadcast live via webinar. Tracie Renfroe, a partner at King & Spalding’s Houston office, moderated the panel discussion...more
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