By Jennifer Mailander, Jonathan Marks, Gabe Roehrenbeck, Richard Sedory
In your first week as the general counsel of a company, you just received information that you are now in a crisis. In this interactive session, members of the audience will play different roles within the company (members of the board, legal department, managers, etc.) to have a discussion, including: What type of crisis plan do you have, if any? What to do and how to formulate a plan of action? Who to call first, how to prioritize tasks, and where to prioritize resources? Who (internal and external players) to get involved and when to get them involved? What data is needed when a crisis hits? How to prepare for the media and when to reach out? How to communicate with customers, vendors and suppliers, regulatory agencies, and other parties?
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