Law Firms

Cyber Risk Institute Expands Its Profile

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November 21, 2020

Cyber Risk Institute Expands Its Profile

The Cyber Risk Institute (CRI) released an update to its profile to expand the profile’s offerings and increase its utility […]

Public Affairs

Japan’s Influence in America

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November 21, 2020

Japan’s Influence in America

Foreign Influence Transparency Initiative’s (FITI) report, Japan’s Influence in America, authored by FITI Research Project Lead Cassandra Stimpson and FITI […]

Crisis

WATCH: Sticky Crises

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November 21, 2020

WATCH: Sticky Crises

In a webinar hosted by the University of Georgia’s Department of Advertising and Public Relations, thought leaders Dr. Tim Coombs, […]

Public Affairs

A Biden cabinet dream sheet

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November 21, 2020

A Biden cabinet dream sheet

In The Daily Messenger, columnist Richard Hermann offers suggested Biden cabinet members, including a new position for crisis communications. Consider […]

Crisis

When a client becomes a law firm’s PR nightmare

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November 20, 2020

When a client becomes a law firm’s PR nightmare

Jenna Greene, editor of The Litigation Daily, takes a look at the many instances of law firms and lawyers loudly […]

Communications

The General Counsel’s Dilemma

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November 16, 2020

The General Counsel’s Dilemma

    “When all else fails, follow instructions.” —Anne Lamott As this week passed, we celebrated two media anniversaries, including the first […]

Communications

Event: Sticky Crises and Industry Trends

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November 16, 2020

Event: Sticky Crises and Industry Trends

In a webinar hosted by the University of Georgia’s Department of Advertising and Public Relations, thought leaders Dr. Tim Coombs, […]

Public Affairs

Digital Politics: The Future of Voting Technology

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November 14, 2020

Digital Politics: The Future of Voting Technology

Larry Moore, Co-Chair, National Council for Independent Living points to the speed and accuracy that a digital dimension can bring […]

Communications

Post-Election Crisis Communications

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November 13, 2020

Post-Election Crisis Communications

In Ragan’s PR Daily, Richard Levick shares six tips for crisis communications strategy in the post-election period. The election is […]

Communications

Biden Administration Policy Implications

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November 13, 2020

Biden Administration Policy Implications

Government and Law policy team Greenberg Traurig provides an overview of the major issues likely to be considered as the […]

Finance

WATCH: Revolutionizing Litigation Finance

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November 13, 2020

WATCH: Revolutionizing Litigation Finance

In a webinar on November 10, Christina Elson, Director of the Wake Forest Center for the Study of Capitalism, and […]

Communications

Democracy: An Owner’s Manual

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November 8, 2020

Democracy: An Owner’s Manual

Photo by Zach Dischner “Be less curious about people and more curious about ideas.” —Marie Curie  It’s been nearly 35 […]