By Carolyn Knox, Lori Middlehurst, Charles Price, Nick Watson
Bad things — terrorist attacks, natural disasters, pandemics — sometimes happen with little to no warning. In-house counsel for global organizations must be ready to act to protect their workforces. Join a panel of seasoned in-house and government agency crisis management attorneys and professionals to develop plans and strategies for successfully managing crises abroad. This panel will discuss corporate responsibility for the safety of your company’s domestic, expatriate and local personnel, as well as best practices for dealing with threats to employees’ physical security and providing additional security for personnel who travel to or are living in certain regions. Learn about steps to take for ensuring employee safety, safeguarding global mobility, working with law enforcement and media, and other measures for proper preparedness. Share plans and learn what to do when there is very little time to think and a lot at stake.
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