What is crisis management today and what role do lawyers play? That was the question being examined at the November 4th, 2015, event “Getting Ahead of Scandal: Lawyers and Crisis Management in a Connected World.”
Co-hosted by Stanford’s Center on the Legal Profession and Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance, panelists included Lawyer, Crisis Manager, Consultant, Author, and Television Commentator Lanny J. Davis, Finsbury partner Walter Montgomery, Square’s Lin-Hua Wu and Cisco’s Nigel Glennie.
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