Damage Control

Miller, Julie
December 2006
InsideCounsel;Dec2006, Vol. 16 Issue 181, p42
Trade Publication
The article focuses on issues discussed at the forum "Damage Control: Corporate Counsel's Role in Containing and Resolving Corporate Crises." Forum participants discussed the steps in-house counsel can take to resolve or prevent crises. The keys to successful damage control include the development of proactive strategy to identify incoming risks. It cites the successful elements of a successful crisis response.


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