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Legal Implications of a Company Safety Policy
Many company communications, mission statements, and handbooks default to stating that safety is their top priority. A seemingly innocuous public st...
How Different Crisis Response Approaches Affect Outcomes
There aren't many do-overs regarding an organization's initial crisis response . Not only does that initial response set the tone, but it is the fo...
The Risks of a Common-Sense Approach to a Crisis Communications Plan
A faulty product, data breach, inaccurate messaging, financial loss, or service outage could catalyze a social media crisis. Even something as seem...
Crisis Mitigation Checklist: What Your Company Should Be Doing Now
Time and again, it is shown that successful crisis mitigation shares the same key elements, specifically, sufficient planning and preparation. Socia...
3 Communication Strategies to Address a Social Media Crisis
A social media crisis can strike at any time, with the devastating potential to hurt your organization’s ability to do business. Social media has fu...
Litigation trends in 2021 - part 2
In part 1 of this topic , we covered litigation trends and developments including an increase in settlements, changing juror perceptions, the fragi...
The impact of social inflation on insurance - a webinar
Insurers complain of a rise of large jury awards, juror anti-business bias and investor-funded litigation. A panel of claims and legal experts exami...
Assessing your litigation risk
At the start of any litigation, there are more questions than answers. Everyone involved wants to know "what's our liability?", "what's this going t...
Insurance is not enough in managing a crisis
With the proliferation of social media, all companies are in a state of pre-crisis. According to commercial insurance executives, having insurance i...