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Crisis Management for the In-House Counsel: Brand Protection in High Exposure Litigation

Run Time
99 Minutes
Presenter(s)
Scott O'Connell, Mike Lawrence, Tom Hagy
Class Type
On-Demand Training
Content Provider
LexisNexis

Price $139.00

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Description

Every corporation will face a crisis at some point. While attorneys are usually concerned with preserving legal arguments and limiting liability, corporate counsel must also consider the impact in the court of public opinion. Nixon-Peabody Partner and Crisis Management Specialist Scott O'Connell and public relations expert Mike Lawrence discuss the tension created between those two courts. They examine the benefits of assembling a crisis management team before a crisis occurs and the importance of brand protection in the early stages of crisis management.

Mr. O'Connell and Mr. Lawrence explore seven phases of brand protection during a high exposure crisis: setting the stage, identifying a crisis, launching a call to action, showing your cards, reaching the public, and finishing the job. Throughout this course, the presenters offer best practices to ensure that your client or company weathers the storm.
See CLE State Accreditation for credit details.
If you are licensed in New York, this content is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced New York attorneys. Although, this content is appropriate for all New York attorneys, newly admitted attorneys cannot earn CLE credit for the completion of the course when presented via on-demand.
State Status Total Credits Type Of Credit Approved Thru
AlaskaApproved1.70GeneralOn-going
ArizonaApproved1.50GeneralOn-going
FloridaApproved2.00General04/01/2019
GeorgiaApproved1.70GeneralOn-going
IllinoisApproved1.75General04/07/2019
MissouriApproved2.00GeneralOn-going
NevadaApproved1.50General12/31/2019
New YorkApproved2.00SkillsOn-going
North DakotaApproved1.75GeneralOn-going
OregonApproved1.75General03/31/2019
PennsylvaniaApproved1.50General12/01/2019
UtahApproved1.50General12/31/2019
VermontApproved1.75GeneralOn-going
West VirginiaApproved2.00GeneralOn-going