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In the midst of a crisis, companies are prone to acting in ways that make the situation worse, not better. Thomas Campbell, leader of Pillsbury's Crisis Management Team, provides guidelines for getting to the other side of a crisis while keeping your company’s credibility and reputation intact.
The chances are your company will experience a data breach. Pillsbury's Crisis Management Team member, Cathie Meyer, shares tips on what your company can do to protect itself, and how to handle the situation once a breach occurs.
Environmental spills can result in civil or even criminal penalties. To minimize this risk, companies need to understand the importance of meeting legal requirements, in addition to responding to the actual event. Sheila Harvey, an Energy/Environmental partner, explains several critical steps.
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- Congressional Investigations
- Crisis Communication and Public Relations
- Insurance Recovery
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